Anger in a sentence

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Definition of Anger

  • A strong passion or emotion of displeasure or antagonism, excited by a real or supposed injury or insult to one's self or others, or by the intent to do such injury.
  • To excite to anger; to enrage; to provoke.
  • belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong (personified as one of the deadly sins)
  • a strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance
  • the state of being angry
  • make angry
  • become angry

How to use anger in a sentence. Anger pronunciation.

Yet there the voices sounded, one sharp and peevish with anger, the other low and rough.
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But I said coldly, and with what was near to anger, that he should link his name and fate with that of Luke Claridge: "Which of ye two goes first is God's will, and according to His wisdom.
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By an impulsive act, by a rash blow, he had asserted his humanity; but he had killed his fellow-man in anger.
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He knew that as that fatal blow had been delivered, there was no thought of punishment-it was blind anger and hatred: it was the ancient virus working which had filled the world with war, and armed it at the expense, the bitter and oppressive expense, of the toilers and the poor.
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Somehow she seemed moved to anger against him.
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Malaish, it is the decree of fate, and I have no anger.
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Her instinct had pierced far; and as she realised his suspicions, perhaps his certainty, and heard his words of covert insult, which, as she saw, David did not appreciate, anger and determination grew in her.
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The reply was full of amazement and anger.
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Five human beings on whom his terrible anger fell in times past had been thrust into it alive.
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And when, afterwards, he came to know the truth, and of her innocence, from the chief eunuch who with his last breath cleared her name, a terrible anger and despair had come upon him.
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The hot flush of conflict and the long anger of the years were on him.
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I found him, but I held my hand, for one was with him who spake with a tone of anger and of death, and I listened.
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But the old Cuss thinking to pacifie her Anger by convincing her it wan't so late, wou'd needs go look upon his Watch; but quickly finding that altho' the Nest was there, the Bird was flown, put up the Case again, with only saying, _Good lack a day!
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He shook the door that closed in the homestead, and found it locked; the watch-dogs roused themselves, and gave tongue, when Phoebicius turned to Petrus' house, and began to knock at the door with the brazen knocker, at first softly and then with growing anger; he considered it as certain that his wife had sought and found protection under the senator's roof.
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A terrible man, thought Emmeline, when roused to anger; his words must descend like sledge-hammers.
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And it would not take much to anger him.
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Flushed with anger, her eyes glaring, she broke into vehement exclamations.
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Cissy Will be furious: she'll come back from Margate just to keep up her father's anger against me.
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His anger had never taken such a form as this; for the first time Louise did in truth feel afraid of him.
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Louise was pale with anger and fear, and as many other emotions as her little heart and brain could well hold.
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Examples of Anger

Example #1
I could not hear what was said.
Example #2
The door was open, but I could see no one.
Example #3
For we are the last, Davy, the last of the Claridges.
Example #4
Yet his blue eyes looked kindly at me, and now he began to nod pleasantly.
Example #5
He knew that as that fatal blow had been delivered, there was no thought of punishment-it was blind anger and hatred: it was the ancient virus working which had filled the world with war, and armed it at the expense, the bitter and oppressive expense, of the toilers and the poor.
Example #6
What their homes were to them, these fellaheen, dragged forth to defend their country, to go into the desert and waste their lives under leaders tyrannous, cruel, and incompetent, his old open life, his innocence, his integrity, his truthfulness and character, were to him.