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Definition of Angry
Displaying or feeling anger. | (said about a wound or a rash) Inflamed and painful. | (figuratively, said about the elements, like the sky or the sea) Dark and stormy, menacing.
How to use Angry in a Sentence?
with herself that she had allowed herself to become so interested in him.
She rose and walked up and down the room in an excitement like that of an
With ashes on her head, wept with the passion of an
She had taken her hands from his shoulders; there was an
flush on her cheeks.
the mild menagerist used to be at the ladies in the monkey-room with their parasols!
Wickersham, without looking at him, made an
gesture and hastened his step.
with himself to find that he was thinking now of success merely as Wealth.
Still he received no reply; and,
that he had written, he took no further steps about it.
Grace arose, an
flush on her face, and barely acknowledging his greeting, turned to go.
I had an opportunity to express to Colonel Smith my
disgust at such savagery.
That Rosamond had tactfully ignored to speak of its absence made her more
Nothing has happened in our house to astound me more than the
passions it kindled in two of our friends who are clergymen.
word he threw all the eggs on the ground, and then went on whistling and kicking up the dust.
Both parties were so
that thoughtful men soon began to see that war alone could end this bitter dispute.
The westerly swell rolled its interminable
lines of foam and big dark clouds flew over the ship in a sinister procession.
The station-master and the guard kept up a brisk and
conversation, which ended in an
wave of the hand to the engine-driver.
Only when the sun had set would it arise with an
roar, shake the door of its cage, and terrify the silence of the night.
The Alligator was very
at missing his prey a second time, and determined not to let him escape again.
Short Example Sentence for Angry
in a moment.
They seemed to be very
Like the horns of an
This made him very
She was suddenly passionately
Gray stared across at him in
The words of
defence faltered on his tongue.
She broke off with a very faint primly
He had never heard before the hum of an
At length His Majesty grew
at the delay.
about my note.
He thought she was
because he had refused to tell her his secret.
He was half
with himself that it kept rising in his mind.
flush faded from his cheeks as quickly as it had come.
How soothingly it sounded
the rough contention of
His hand went to the breast of his threadbare coat with an
He waited and watched her, an
light coming into his eyes.
There was a rustling in the bushes, an
exclamation as well as a groan.
Jones fired, but he was too
to shoot straight, and his shot went wild.
The Singh Rajah is so
he will certainly kill us at once.
Fisher lost no time in
remorse over Cradock's disaster.
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