1. feeling or showing anger;
2. (of the elements) as if showing violent anger;
3. severely inflamed and painful;
He's very angry now; wait till he comes around.
An infected cut looks angry.
Is it worthwhile getting angry over such a trifling matter?
I was more than a little angry when I saw how they'd ruined it.
The angry audience shouted the speaker down.
There is no need to shout angry words at me.
He was so angry that he began calling them names.
She was so angry that she actually tore up the letter.
He will be jolly angry.
He was very angry at the remarks made by his teacher.
He was angry; but with everybody present, he kept his temper under control.
I get angry whenever he is mentioned.
Her mother's voice in the corridor roused her from an angry trance.
To anyone working in a hotel, angry complaints from guests are all in a day's work.
The angry lawyer smashed his fists against the desk.
If you do that again, I'll get angry.
Sarah came forward with a tight and angry face.
Some people had a go at us for it, which made us more angry.
When angry or excited, however, he could be wild, profane, and terrifying.
I find myself growing increasingly angry at the absurdity of the situation.
The idea that I could be charged when I'm in credit makes me very angry.
I'd found Philippe was cheating on me and I was angry and hurt.
He was badly concussed, the glass leaving two angry cuts across his forehead.
The speeding motorist was pinned to the ground by angry locals who took the law into their own hands until police arrived.
The aggression of a bully leaves people feeling hurt, angry and impotent.
At that moment there was a squeal of brakes and the angry blowing of a car horn.
Some months ago angry demonstrators mounted a noisy demonstration beneath his window. His neighbours thereupon insisted upon more security.
He immediately fired off an angry letter to his ministry colleagues.
His mask of detachment cracked, and she saw for an instant an angry and violent man.
angry, indignant, mad
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