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  • 1Ireful — Ire ful, a. Full of ire; angry; wroth. The ireful bastard Orleans. Shak. {Ire ful*ly}, adv. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2ireful — /ˈaɪəfəl/ (say uyuhfuhl) adjective 1. full of ire; wrathful: an ireful look. 2. irascible. –irefully, adverb –irefulness, noun …

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  • 3ireful — adjective feeling or showing extreme anger irate protesters ireful words • Syn: ↑irate • Similar to: ↑angry …

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  • 4ireful — adjective see ire …

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  • 5ireful — irefully, adv. irefulness, n. /uyeur feuhl/, adj. 1. full of intense anger; wrathful. 2. easily roused to anger; irascible. [1250 1300; ME; see IRE, FUL] * * * …

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  • 6ireful — adjective Full of ire; angry; wroth. See Also: ire, irefully, irefulness …

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  • 7ireful — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Full of or marked by extreme anger: furious, irate, rabid, wrathful. Idioms: fit to be tied, foaming at the mouth, in a rage (or temper), in a towering rage. See FEELINGS …

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  • 8ireful — ire·ful || aɪə(r)fÊŠl adj. full of anger, enraged, full of wrath …

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  • 9ireful — a. Angry, raging, furious, passionate, irate, incensed …

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  • 10ireful — adj 1. wrathful, enraged, furious, infuriated, Rare. infuriate, maddened; angry, irate; irritated, annoyed, vexed, peeved, Inf. aggravated; exasperated, fed up. 2. irritable, irascible, petulant, short tempered, ill tempered, bad tempered; testy …

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  • 11ireful — ire·ful …

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  • 12Irefully — Ireful Ire ful, a. Full of ire; angry; wroth. The ireful bastard Orleans. Shak. {Ire ful*ly}, adv. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 13Resentment — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Resentment >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 resentment resentment displeasure animosity anger wrath indignation Sgm: N 1 exasperation exasperation bitter resentment wrathful indignation GRP: N 2 Sgm: N …

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  • 14Wrathful — Wrath ful, a. 1. Full of wrath; very angry; greatly incensed; ireful; passionate; as, a wrathful man. [1913 Webster] 2. Springing from, or expressing, wrath; as, a wrathful countenance. Wrathful passions. Sprat. [1913 Webster] Syn: Furious;… …

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  • 15Wrathfully — Wrathful Wrath ful, a. 1. Full of wrath; very angry; greatly incensed; ireful; passionate; as, a wrathful man. [1913 Webster] 2. Springing from, or expressing, wrath; as, a wrathful countenance. Wrathful passions. Sprat. [1913 Webster] Syn:… …

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  • 16Wrathfulness — Wrathful Wrath ful, a. 1. Full of wrath; very angry; greatly incensed; ireful; passionate; as, a wrathful man. [1913 Webster] 2. Springing from, or expressing, wrath; as, a wrathful countenance. Wrathful passions. Sprat. [1913 Webster] Syn:… …

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  • 17ire — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Latin ira; perhaps akin to Greek oistros gadfly, frenzy Date: 14th century intense and usually openly displayed anger Synonyms: see anger • ire transitive verb • ireful adjective …

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  • 18irefully — See ireful. * * * …

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  • 19wrathful — wrathfully, adv. wrathfulness, n. /rath feuhl, rahth / or, esp. Brit., /rawth /, adj. 1. very angry; ireful; full of wrath: They trembled before the wrathful queen. 2. characterized by or showing wrath: wrathful words. [1250 1300; ME; see WRATH,… …

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  • 20Marlowe, Christopher — (baptized Feb. 26, 1564, Canterbury, Kent, Eng. died May 30, 1593, Deptford, near London) British poet and playwright. The son of a Canterbury shoemaker, he earned a degree from Cambridge University. From 1587 he wrote plays for London theatres,… …

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