"Bird shot's mighty irritatin'—specially to a wrathy fellow," said Despair.
Of course that lightning was sent by their wrathy gods, of course it was!
"Get out, or I'll throw you to Hades out of here," said the wrathy foreman.
Some grew hot and wrathy if laughed at, and that increased our fun.
Today he came over and left word that he and two others would be here to six o'clock supper, at which the girls were wrathy.
I don't mean actilly makin' him wrathy in airnest, but jist rilin of him for his own good, by pokin' a mistake at him.
The innkeeper was wrathy at these mischances; but, said he, in a phrase even yet heard, the third time will pay for all.
A wrathy butcher jerked the fellow off the other's back and smacked him soundly for his pains.
When they got there, they found the old lady as wrathy as ever.
Nearly all men who got out on the plains were "wrathy to kill" buffaloes above all else.