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Fishers like them because the worms wriggle and thrash like angry snakes, which lures fish, says Henshue.

A recent Facebook post garnered more than 1,500 angry comments supporting him.

I don’t need angry lab directors emailing me about broken centrifuges.

When presented with images on a screen, we perceive angry faces as lasting longer than neutral ones, spiders as lasting longer than butterflies, and the color red as lasting longer than blue.

While there’s no suggestion in court papers that Wenig knew of the plot, prosecutors say his angry emails and texts triggered the scheme, and they play a central role in the narrative spelled out by the government.

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To borrow an old right-wing talking point, these people are angry no matter what we do.

Desert Golfing is the distillation of Angry Birds into its purest essence.

But since that explosion of popularity, Angry Birds has become about everything else.

And in this way, it follows not what Angry Birds became, but how it began.

Angry Birds at its simplest was the same way, though you wanted to watch things collapse and explode.

I am an easiful old pagan, and I am not angry with you at all—you funny, little champion of the Most High.

Isabel lifted her head still higher, annoyed at the angry blood that leaped to her face.

He was given no reply save a muttered curse, a command to hold his tongue, and an angry tug at his tied arms.

Smoking, the angry and fuming king protests, had made our manners as rude as those of the fish-wives of Dieppe.

When the man turned bad on his hands, Jahweh was angry, and cursed him and his seed for thousands of years.

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On this page you'll find 105 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to angry, such as: annoyed, bitter, enraged, exasperated, furious, and heated.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.