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- adjective colloq. Very angry.
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- adjective US Feeling
wrath; very angry, furious.
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The answer made to the lady who was "wrathy" about the pigtail was,
When I talked it over with him in a fatherly way he got wrathy, and I had to take him out on the bank and give him a threshing.
When he told my wrathy captors who I was, they were much mortified of course, and made the most profuse apologies, promising that no such mistake should occur again, and so on; but not feeling wholly reassured, for my uniform was still liable to mislead, I was careful to return to headquarters in company with my deliverer.
So I shall stay my hand of doom and not destroy the internets with my wrathy lightning-filled boredom elemental attack.
Dan was bellowing like a bull, for he was very wrathy; and Billy Fish had a hard job to prevent him running out at the crowd.
The noise of the mooncalves would at times be a vast flat calf-like sound, at times it rose to an amazed and wrathy bellowing, and again it would become a clogged bestial sound, as though these unseen creatures had sought to eat and bellow at the same time.
Just now he was decidedly nervous, wrathy, and perplexed, for he had been brought here against his will.
Quick as a flash Amory reached up and turned on the light, and when the door opened and three boys, the wrathy and dance-craving Froggy among them, rushed in, he was turning over the magazines on the table, while she sat without moving, serene and unembarrassed, and even greeted them with a welcoming smile.
"Oh, what heaven!" and was about to sink into the hammock when she stopped and turned round to say to Constantijn: "I don't know why you bother with me you think of such nice things and I was absolutely absolutely wrathy."
And ring they did, sending peal after peal echoing through the silent building until the sleepy proprietor, dishevelled and wrathy, stumbled through the doorway, and demanded fiercely, "What the deuce is wanted?"