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angry

an·gry

angry

 
 
pronunciation:
aeng gri
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part of speech: adjective
inflections: angrier, angriest
definition 1: feeling or showing anger (often fol. by "at," "with," or "about").
She's still angry at him after the trick he played.His parents were angry with him for not calling or writing.Are you still angry about what happened last night?
 
synonyms:
furious, indignant, irascible, irate, livid, mad, sore, wrathful
antonyms:
forbearing, forgiving, mild
similar words:
bad-tempered, bitter, choleric, cranky, cross, hot, ill, peevish, petulant, quick-tempered, short-tempered, surly, testy, touchy
definition 2: as if exhibiting anger, as a storm.
The angry sea tossed the ship.
synonyms:
furious, savage
antonyms:
mild
similar words:
black, tempestuous, turbulent, violent, wild
definition 3: having inflammation, as a skin sore or rash.
The angry sore seemed as if it would never heal.
synonyms:
inflamed, sore
similar words:
feverish, hot, pyretic, virulent
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derivation: angrily (adv.)
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feeling angry