angry

[ ang-gree ]SEE DEFINITION OF angry

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANGRY

"Now you are angry with me," exclaimed the sensitive maiden; and she burst into tears.

He dislikes to have me visit Aspasia; and was angry because I danced with Alcibiades.

The haughtiness of others can never make us angry, if we ourselves are humble.

I never had occasion to check or to use an angry word to one of my party.

They are angry also, as I understand, with my mother, for returning his compliment.

But here, run away with my pen, I suffer my mother to be angry with me on her own account.

I had rather all the world should be angry with me than my mamma!

"I really don't see why you're so angry, Dick," she said, lifting candid eyes.

Then a clear thought: "He's angry with me because he can't be angry with Priscilla."

Her father's angry letter, ordering her to prepare for her wedding-day.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ANGRY

inflamed

adjectivestirred to anger
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