anger

I UK [ˈæŋɡə(r)] / US [ˈæŋɡər] noun [uncountable] **
the strong feeling you get when you think someone has treated you badly or unfairly, that makes you want to hurt them or shout at them

Some people express their anger through violence.

She cried tears of anger and frustration.

Jenny often feels anger, but doesn't show it.

He was trembling with anger.

in anger:

Maggie woke to hear voices raised in anger.


II UK [ˈæŋɡə(r)] / US [ˈæŋɡər] verb [transitive]
Word forms "anger":
present tense I/you/we/they anger he/she/it angers present participle angering past tense angered past participle angered
*
to make someone feel angry

The school board's decision angered many students and parents alike.


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