irateness

[ ahy-reyt, ahy-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF irateness
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WORD ORIGIN

1838, from Latin iratus "angry, enraged, violent, furious," past participle of irasci "grow angry," from ira "anger" (see ire).

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