from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Feeling or showing anger; incensed or enraged: angry at a rude neighbor; angry with a salesclerk.
- adj. Indicative of or resulting from anger: an angry silence.
- adj. Having a menacing aspect; threatening: angry clouds on the horizon.
- adj. Chiefly New England & Midland U.S. Inflamed and painful: an angry sore.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Displaying or feeling anger.
- adj. Inflamed and painful.
- adj. Dark and stormy, menacing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Troublesome; vexatious; rigorous.
- adj. Inflamed and painful, as a sore.
- adj. Touched with anger; under the emotion of anger; feeling resentment; enraged; -- followed generally by with before a person, and at before a thing.
- adj. Showing anger; proceeding from anger; acting as if moved by anger; wearing the marks of anger
- adj. Red.
- adj. Sharp; keen; stimulated.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Causing grief or trouble; troublesome; vexatious; trying.
- Feeling grief or trouble; grieved; troubled; vexed.
- Feeling or showing anger or resentment (with or at a person, at or about a thing): said of persons.
- Characterized by or manifesting anger; wrathful: as, an angry look or mood; angry words; an angry reply.
- Bearing the marks of anger; having the appearance of being in anger; frowning; fierce: as, an angry countenance; angry billows.
- Having the color of the face of one who is in anger; red.
- Sharp; keen; vigorous.
- In medicine, inflamed, as a sore; exhibiting inflammation.
- = Syn. 3, 4, 5. Indignant, incensed, passionate, resentful, irritated, wrathful, irate, hot, raging, furious, stormy, choleric, inflamed, tumultuous.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of the elements) as if showing violent anger
- adj. feeling or showing anger
- adj. severely inflamed and painful
That man would be angry, _angry_ if he came and found her gone!
-- I am glad it made you laugh for Somebody told me in Greece that you was angry, and I was sorry, as you were perhaps the only person whom I did _not_ want to _make angry_.
Despite all this, I've spent my life fighting the label angry black woman because it's a handy way to put a black woman down, modern-day shorthand for telling her not to have ideas above her station.
Murdoch flies into London later this week on a scheduled visit at a time of turmoil for Britain's best-selling newspaper, with journalists on the title angry at News Corp's powerful management and standards committee MSC, whose reconstruction and trawl of the company's email archive produced the evidence that led to the arrests.
I use the term angry, but it's a tool and you can use it as a tool.
Clary glared at him, but he was looking past her, his expression angry and pained.
One, he gives new meaning to the term angry, white male.
That's the term angry business owners have started using when they feel unfairly criticized on the popular review site.
Also, what I call angry shoes: those platforms with the multiple buckles and studs.
She glanced back and saw that he was chasing her, his expression angry, his arms out as if preparing to grab her.