Angry [adjective]

Definition of Angry:

being mad, often extremely mad

Opposite/Antonyms of Angry:

Sentence/Example of Angry:

Fishers like them because the worms wriggle and thrash like angry snakes, which lures fish, says Henshue.

A recent Facebook post garnered more than 1,500 angry comments supporting him.

I don’t need angry lab directors emailing me about broken centrifuges.

When presented with images on a screen, we perceive angry faces as lasting longer than neutral ones, spiders as lasting longer than butterflies, and the color red as lasting longer than blue.

While there’s no suggestion in court papers that Wenig knew of the plot, prosecutors say his angry emails and texts triggered the scheme, and they play a central role in the narrative spelled out by the government.

He said his mom was angry and called the police after he came home from a party in the middle of the night in May 2015.

Maybe one day we will become angry or scared enough to act on climate, but today is not that day.

This was right when the LNU Fire really burned — within the first, like, two or three hours of it really getting angry.

People might be irritable or angry or have difficulty completing tasks.

Maybe I could even get angry about stores and cities setting up rules and see something like a mask requirement as a violation of my freedoms.