You should read, play word games or even set yourself goals to learn a new word each day. For the moment, a great tip is to start expanding your synonymous knowledge but focusing first on those words you use most.
Definition and use of Angry
- Noun: Anger or Angriness. ‘overwhelming surprise or astonishment’
- Adverb: Angrily.
- Adjective: Angry. ‘feeling anger or strong resentment’
- got an angry [reaction, response, look, stare, email]
- (was) angry at [her parents, his children, herself]
- angry with her parents (for)
- angry about the [insult, news, snub]
The rule of THREE synonymous is enough.
- Noun Furiousness / Fury:
For Democrats in Washington, many of whom are still surprised by the scale and furiousness of backlash, the challenge is how to convert this …
- to be in a fury → Dodson has no right to be “in a fury” about this.
- she flew into a fury → He says she flew into a fury and attacked him.
- she worked herself up into a fury → It’s tough because I see Lily working herself up into the emotion of the character.
- Adjective Furious:
Furious Bristol City fans slam ‘horrendous’ Bobby Reid transfer link as …
- Adverb Furiously:
Fans heard furiously booing as France vs Denmark becomes a farce. Idiom: give (one) furiously to think. Meaning to cause one to strongly consider about something.
Latin irrītātus, past participle of irrītāre to arouse to anger, excite, aggravate, equivalent. Meaning to annoy or make angry. The children’s chatter irritated him. Also, to make (a part of the body) sore, red, itchy etc. Soap can irritate a baby’s skin.
- Noun Irritability / Irritableness / Irritation:
Irritability in childhood linked to teen suicide risk
- Verb Irritate:
We irritate the hell out of each other.
- Adjective Irritated / Irritable / Irritating:
→ Irritable capable of being irritated. For example, 7 Quick Ways to Stop Being Irritable.
→ Irritated means they are already irritated. For instance, Why can’t we just do it? Trump reportedly grew irritated from waiting …
- Adverb Irritably: He said irritably.
- Verb Incense: “to make angry” to enrage greatly.
Turnout was considered a major wild card this election, with some predicting a wave of Democrats, incensed by President Trump and the direction of national politics, making their discontent known by voting. Washington PostJun 26, 2018
- Noun Incense: any pleasant fragrance.
The house is very neat and clean, and it smells like incense.