wrathful

  • 1Wrathful — 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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  • 2wrathful — (adj.) c.1300, from WRATH (Cf. wrath) + FUL (Cf. ful). Related: Wrathfully …

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  • 3wrathful — irate, indignant, *angry, mad, wroth, acrimonious Analogous words: infuriated, incensed, enraged (see ANGER vb) Contrasted words: *forbearing, tolerant, clement, lenient, indulgent, merciful …

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  • 4wrathful — [adj] very angry beside oneself, displeased, enraged, furious, heated, incensed, indignant, infuriated, irate, ireful, mad, on the warpath*, raging, storming; concept 403 Ant. happy, pleased …

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  • 5wrathful — ► ADJECTIVE literary ▪ full of or characterized by intense anger. DERIVATIVES wrathfully adverb …

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  • 6wrathful — [rathfəl, räthfəl] adj. 1. full of wrath; intensely angry 2. resulting from, characterized by, or expressing wrath wrathfully adv. wrathfulness n …

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  • 7wrathful — 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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  • 8wrathful — wrath, wrathful, wroth Wrath is an archaic or literary noun meaning ‘anger’, and is pronounced rawth or roth, or in AmE rath. Wrathful is the corresponding adjective meaning ‘angry’. Wroth is also an adjective, and is always used predicatively, i …

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  • 9wrathful — wrath•ful [[t]ˈræθ fəl, ˈrɑθ [/t]] esp. brit. [[t]ˈrɔθ [/t]] adj. 1) extremely angry; enraged 2) characterized by or showing wrath: wrathful words[/ex] • Etymology: 1250–1300 wrath′ful•ly, adv. wrath′ful•ness, n …

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  • 10wrathful — /ˈrɒθfəl/ (say rothfuhl) adjective 1. full of wrath, very angry, or ireful. 2. characterised by or showing wrath: wrathful words. –wrathfully, adverb –wrathfulness, noun …

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  • 11wrathful — adjective Date: 13th century 1. filled with wrath ; irate 2. arising from, marked by, or indicative of wrath • wrathfully adverb • wrathfulness noun …

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  • 12wrathful — adjective /ˈɹæθfəl,ˈɹɑθfəl/ Possessed of great wrath; very angry …

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  • 13wrathful — Synonyms and related words: angered, angry, browned off, cross, heated, incensed, indignant, irate, ireful, livid, mad, pissed, pissed off, riled up, sore, ticked off, waxy, worked up, wrathy, wroth, wrought up …

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  • 14wrathful — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. furious, raging, storming; see angry . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Full of or marked by extreme anger: furious, irate, ireful, rabid. Idioms: fit to be tied, foaming at the mouth, in a rage (or temper), in a… …

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  • 15wrathful — wrath|ful [ raθfəl ] adjective MAINLY LITERARY extremely angry ╾ wrath|ful|ly adverb …

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  • 16wrathful — wrath·ful || rɪːθfÊŠl adj. angry, enraged, furious, indignant …

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  • 17wrathful — adjective literary full of or characterized by extreme anger. Derivatives wrathfully adverb wrathfulness noun …

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  • 18wrathful — a. Angry, mad, furious, infuriate, raging, rageful, wroth, indignant, passionate, resentful, exasperated, provoked, incensed, irritated, hot, irate, ireful, in a passion, out of temper, out of tune …

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  • 19wrathful — adj 1. irate, ireful, angry, wroth, incensed; enraged, raging, fuming, infuriated, Rare. infuriate, furious; inflamed, flaming, flaring, flared up, heated, red hot, white hot; distraught, overwrought, upset, feverish, hysterical, irrational;… …

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  • 20wrathful — wrath·ful …

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