irate

[ ahy-reyt, ahy-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF irate

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He looked down at the irate red face with a calm and wondering eye.

The judge was irate, and determined to give the intruder a set down.

"You—you go and clean up the cellar," ordered the irate captain.

The irate Shadrach seized his steward by the collar and shook him, not too gently.

"May you be roasted on a gridiron like Saint Lawrence," gasped the irate priest.

The constable came in as the justice was finishing his irate speech.

He lifted his head and confronted the anxious yet irate seaman.

"A man ought to do something in the world," he said to his irate uncle.

We could not tell when the irate driver might not pounce down upon us with a customer.

Irate, he had issued a mandate that produced the effect Terry had asked.

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