angry


angry
Synonyms and related words:
acid, acrimonious, aggravated, algetic, anarchic, angered, annoyed, blustering, blusterous, blustery, bothered, browned off, browned-off, bugged, burning, burnt-up, caustic, chafed, chaotic, choleric, cloudy, corrosive, cross, cyclonic, dirty, discontented, disturbed, enraged, exasperated, feeling evil, festering, fiery, foul, frantic, frenzied, fuming, furious, galled, griped, heated, hellish, in a temper, incensed, indignant, inflamed, infuriate, infuriated, insensate, irascible, irate, ireful, irked, irritable, irritated, livid, mad, maddened, miffed, mindless, nettled, orgasmic, orgastic, out of humor, out of sorts, out of temper, pandemoniac, peeved, perturbed, piqued, pissed, pissed off, pissed-off, provoked, put out, raging, rainy, rankling, ravening, raving, raw, red, red-faced, resentful, riled, riled up, riley, rip-roaring, roiled, ruffled, sensitive, shirty, smarting, sore, splenetic, storming, stormy, tempestuous, tender, ticked off, tingling, tornadic, troubled, troublous, tumultuous, turbulent, typhonic, typhoonish, up in arms, uproarious, upset, uptight, vexed, waxy, wild, wild-eyed, worked up, wrathful, wrathy, wroth, wrought up, wrought-up

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • angry — angry, irate, indignant, wrathful, wroth, acrimonious, mad mean feeling or showing strong displeasure or bad temper. Angry is applied to persons or their moods, acts, looks, or words; it is also applied to animals {an angry bull} and by extension …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Angry — An gry, a. [Compar. {Angrier}; superl. {Angriest}.] [See {Anger}.] 1. Troublesome; vexatious; rigorous. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] God had provided a severe and angry education to chastise the forwardness of a young spirit. Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • angry — [aŋ′grē] adj. angrier, angriest [ME angri, troubled < ANGER] 1. feeling, showing, or resulting from anger [an angry reply] 2. wild and stormy, as if angry [an angry sea] 3. inflamed and sore [an angry wound] angrily …   English World dictionary

  • angry — (adj.) late 14c., from ANGER (Cf. anger) (n.) + Y (Cf. y) (2). Originally full of trouble, vexatious; sense of enraged, irate also is from late 14c. The Old Norse adjective was ongrfullr sorrowful, and Middle English had angerful anxious, eager… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Angry-la — Angry la: a place either in your mind or in a community where either a state of anger persists (as in the mind) or where anger exists collectively within a community. No matter how pleasantle he s treated, he always behaves, reacts, or replies… …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Angry-la — Angry la: a place either in your mind or in a community where either a state of anger persists (as in the mind) or where anger exists collectively within a community. No matter how pleasantle he s treated, he always behaves, reacts, or replies… …   Dictionary of american slang

  • angry — index resentful, vehement, vindictive Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • angry — [adj] being mad, often extremely mad affronted, annoyed, antagonized, bitter, chafed, choleric, convulsed, cross, displeased, enraged, exacerbated, exasperated, ferocious, fierce, fiery, fuming, furious, galled, hateful, heated, hot, huffy, ill… …   New thesaurus

  • angry — ► ADJECTIVE (angrier, angriest) 1) feeling or showing anger. 2) (of a wound or sore) red and inflamed. DERIVATIVES angrily adverb …   English terms dictionary

  • angry — an|gry W3S3 [ˈæŋgri] adj comparative angrier superlative angriest [Date: 1300 1400; Origin: anger] 1.) feeling strong emotions which make you want to shout at someone or hurt them because they have behaved in an unfair, cruel, offensive etc way,… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • angry */*/*/ — UK [ˈæŋɡrɪ] / US adjective Word forms angry : adjective angry comparative angrier superlative angriest Metaphor: Being angry is like being hot or on fire. She burned with indignation. ♦ He has a fiery temper. ♦ Jack was a hot tempered young man.… …   English dictionary


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