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  • EN [ ˈæŋɡri]
  • US [ ˈæŋɡri]

English definition


  • 1. feeling or showing anger;

    • "angry at the weather"
    • "angry customers"
    • "an angry silence"
    • "sending angry letters to the papers"
  • 2. (of the elements) as if showing violent anger;

    • "angry clouds on the horizon"
    • "furious winds"
    • "the raging sea"
  • 3. severely inflamed and painful;

    • "an angry sore"

Example sentences

  • 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.

Synonym discrimination

  • angry, indignant, mad


Meaning of angry

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