wrathful

[rath-fuhl, rahth- or, esp. British, rawth-]
adjective
1.
very angry; ireful; full of wrath: They trembled before the wrathful queen.
2.
characterized by or showing wrath: wrathful words.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English; see wrath, -ful

wrathfully, adverb
wrathfulness, noun
unwrathful, adjective
unwrathfully, adverb
unwrathfulness, noun


1. irate, furious, raging, incensed, enraged.
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wrathful (ˈrɒθfʊl)
 
adj
1.  full of wrath; raging or furious
2.  resulting from or expressing wrath
 
'wrathfully
 
adv
 
'wrathfulness
 
n

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Example sentences
Or they can clamp down, clean up, and face the double short-term risk of a stalled economy and a wrathful proletariat.
He could make wrathful negotiators talk as if they were comrades, yet have each side think it was outwitting the other.
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