Thesaurus / angrier


Frank read English slowly, and the more he read about this divorce case, the angrier he grew.

O Pioneers!Willa Cather

Phyllis, on her swift way down the street, grew angrier and angrier.

The Rose Garden HusbandMargaret Widdemer

They only grew the louder and the angrier for what she said.

No NameWilkie Collins

He became angrier and angrier as he realized that the insult applied to Mother also.

The InnocentsSinclair Lewis

Miss Blake, who is our housekeeper, was angrier than I have ever seen her.

New Treasure SeekersE. (Edith) Nesbit

Flixton was not the least hurt; but a muddier, wetter, or angrier man you never saw.

I watched her growing more listless, more depressed; grew angry with her, angrier with myself.

Paul KelverJerome Klapka, AKA Jerome K. Jerome

But this only made them angrier, and they resented his defence with hoots, and groans, and hisses.

Vice VersaF. Anstey

She watched the waves coming, each one higher than the last and angrier.

I knew nothing would make her angrier: I must have been an exceedingly disagreeable child.

Paths of JudgementAnne Douglas Sedgwick


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