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1. Marked by, or showing anger; angry; wrathful 1840, Thomas Hood, Tylney Hall: "[] — there's been summut done to make God Almighty Angersome, — mark my words on it." 2013, Krishnanand, Sermons in the Storms: Unused to commotion and as also being surprised over that day's Angersome attitude of her ever good-natured son, the Doctor's mother came and

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2. [′ɑŋərsʌm] Mry.1 a.1927: That loon is rael Angersome.

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3. Mentally, such patients are very irritable and Angersome

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4. The constitutional symptoms of this medicine are irritable nature and mentally Angersome, sensitive to external impressions including odour and noise.

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5. Ryujin ‘Peach Daddy’ Sherbert-Pants lookin’ Angersome

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6. I got a crappy tatoo instead which was very Angersome because I spent an hour killing the cattle because I'm like 140 points under the reccomended (only 110 or so) abd I didn't get what I came for

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7. It was a bit Angersome, admittedly

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8. He is thus also the opponent of all that is ugly and Angersome: following his practice can help us to overcome the angers and desires, which cause others and ourselves to suffer

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9. There have been other deaths in her family, relations that the family doesn't seem to let her know about right away, and it's upsetting, frustrating and Angersome to her.

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10. Social Representations of Angersome Questions about Appraisal Analyses of AngerAnger Experience and BehaviorConclusion References

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11. (Angersome) Milligan ABT 1851 in Hardin Co., TN, daughter of Charles G

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12. Opinions differ on when a baby begins to show Angersome say as early as 3-6 months, others feel it’s toward the end of the first year

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13. It is difficult enough to accept that you have lost, but it is really Angersome when you know you have lost to lies, lies, damned lies.

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14. The constitutional symptoms of this medicine are irritable nature and mentally Angersome, sensitive to external impressions including odour and noise

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15. There may be instances where directly talking to a person or in a discussion gets jerky and Angersome initiating the quarelling with the talks

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16. She was anxious and leading, happy and proud, warning, sniffing, inviting, loving, yet Angersome at trivial disobedience, doling out her wisdom in nips and examples and shrill warnings that all heeded; except this one, the clever fool of the family, the self

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17. 5.0 out of 5 stars sad and Angersome

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18. This book was well written, with an explicit and gripping story that is far too often, of this day, sad and Angersome

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19. And the question of desert—as in “What does he deserve for what he did?”— is fundamentally an ethical question, i.e., “How should we treat those who do Angersome

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20. We were baffled that they had such great reviews because our stay Angersome & tiring

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21. In less Angersome, music awards news: Britney Spears made a surprise appearance in a breast-acular strapless dress to present

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22. And one wonders “What the hell is going on” in Angersome blues When the nitwits of our nation congregate in queues

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23. He is thus also the opponent of all that is ugly and Angersome: following his practice can help us to overcome the angers and desires, which cause others and ourselves to suffer

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24. Angersome!! by Sam Millar » Tue May 01, 2012 3:59 pm "Must have held license for a minimum of 2 years, but only 6 months experience essential." How do the insurance companies explain that one

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25. It is Angersome that a country we live in and believe is democratic and against human suffering could commit such a heinous act

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26. Her face was twisted into an Angersome state as soon as she discovered what they had planned

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What does anger stand for?

anger, choler, ire(noun) a strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance. anger, angriness(noun) the state of being angry. wrath, anger, ire, ira(verb) belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong (personified as one of the deadly sins) anger(verb) make angry.

What is meant by the term 'anger'?

a strong feeling that makes you want to hurt someone or be unpleasant because of something.... Learn more.

Is anger always a bad emotion?

Anger is a strong emotion . But it's not necessarily a bad one . Merriam-Webster defines it as "a strong feeling of displeasure and usually of antagonism." Experts say this universal emotion has its roots in survival. When you're upset, it means your brain is trying to tell you to be aware; that you need to protect and take care of yourself.

What are other words to describe anger?

anger(n.) Synonyms: wrath, rage, fury, resentment, indignation, exasperation, choler, bile, spleen, TEMPER, dudgeon, passion, displeasure, vexation, irritation, offence. anger(v. a.) Synonyms: irritate, provoke, exasperate, chafe, vex, nettle, incense, enrage, inflame, madden, infuriate, make angry.