from The Century Dictionary.
- An erroneous form for
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective vehemently incensed and condemnatory
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At this Thorkel Leira grew wrothful, fearing that since the earl was in a forgiving mood he himself would perhaps be thwarted in his vengeance on Vagn Akison.
He blasphemed so much that Olaf became wrothful and said that Rand should die the worst of deaths.
With gold well adorned, where strove they the wrothful.
But though thou shalt see thy self so oppressed, seeming to thy self to be proud, impatient and wrothful; yet these temptations shall lose their force and power upon thee, they shall have no place in thy Soul, by a secret
Your fury fair is, your hearts are wrothful, like maniacs wild is your band courageous.
The wrothful nature of the open plains (or, some cool Kansas weather photos)
The arc of the wrothful mortgage loan debt has been submerged the lats muslimah by the new miracle scantling!
But the mermaidens cried after the wrothful knight, "Stay, Sir Hagen.
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