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wrathy

[rath-ee, rah-thee or, esp. British, raw-thee] /ˈræθ i, ˈrɑ θi or, esp. British, ˈrɔ θi/
adjective, wrathier, wrathiest. Informal.
1.
wrathful; angry.
Origin
1820-1830
1820-30, Americanism; wrath + -y1
Related forms
wrathily, adverb
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