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  • Info Anger is an emotional response related to one's psychological interpretation of having been threatened. more...
  • The attack caught the people off guard before their anger took over.
  • Three days later, he made his league debut starting the game at Angers.
  • On the Windows version, doing the same results in a high degree of native anger.
  • That's not where all the anger should have been directed.
  • He left three years later to become youth team director at his former club, Angers.
  • She died in anger, and several of her family members were executed.
  • I felt intense anger that anyone should tell a mother her boy would be dead by morning.
  • This is why people now talk about politics with a cool anger.
  • While still very small child angers old woman who tells him of his father's fate. Cited from Traditions of the Tinguian: A Study in Philippine Folk-Lore, by Cole
  • He told her everything about his other family; she later admitted she felt more pity than anger.
  • He refers her as public Property which angers her and she leaves him.
  • We talked into the early hours, and I'm not good at anger.
  • Angers also has several other courts of justice as well as a prison.
  • She has to also give this child up after two years because it angers the other members of the court.
  • St. Anger marked another large change in the band's sound.
  • This angered Brown, who was used to having a free hand in football matters.
  • However, in doing so she angers senior staff members who don't want to change their ways.
  • A five-month postal strike also led to deep anger amongst people all over the country.
  • For that incident, she would also take anger management classes.
  • There was no use angering it, no use in losing another life. Cited from The Adventures of Akbar, by Flora Annie Steel
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Meaning of anger

  • noun A strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance
  • noun The state of being angry
  • verb Make angry
    The news angered him
  • verb Become angry
    He angers easily