• WordNet 3.6
    • v anger make angry "The news angered him"
    • v anger become angry "He angers easily"
    • n anger belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong (personified as one of the deadly sins)
    • n anger a strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance
    • n anger the state of being angry
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: There are at least six universal facial expressions. They are: happiness, sadness, disgust, fear, anger and surprise
    • 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. "Anger is like
      A full hot horse, who being allowed his way,
      Self-mettle tires him."
    • Anger To excite to anger; to enrage; to provoke. "Taxes and impositions . . . which rather angered than grieved the people."
    • Anger To make painful; to cause to smart; to inflame. "He . . . angereth malign ulcers."
    • Anger Trouble; vexation; also, physical pain or smart of a sore, etc. "I made the experiment, setting the moxa where . . . the greatest anger and soreness still continued."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: Bulls are colorblind, it is the motion of the cape which angers them.
    • n anger Grief; trouble; distress; anguish.
    • n anger A revengeful passion or emotion directed against one who inflicts a real or supposed wrong; “uneasiness or discomposure of mind upon the receipt of any injury, with a present purpose of revenge,” Locke; wrath; ire.
    • n anger An individual fit of anger; an expression of anger, as a threat: in this sense it may be used in the plural.
    • n anger Pain or smart, as of a sore or swelling. This sense is still retained by the adjective. See angry, 8.
    • n anger Synonyms Anger, Vexation, Indignation, Resentment, Wrath, Ire, Choler, Rage, Fury, passion, displeasure, dudgeon, irritation, gall, bile, spleen. Vexation is the least forcible of these words, expressing the annoyance and impatient chafing of one whose mood has been crossed, whose expectations have not been realized, etc. Indignation may be the most high-minded and unselfish; it is intense feeling in view of grossly unworthy conduct, whether toward one's self or toward others. The other words denote almost exclusively feeling excited by the sense of personal injury. Anger is a sudden violent feeling of displeasure over injury, disobedience, etc., accompanied by a retaliatory impulse; it easily becomes excessive, and its manifestation is generally accompanied by a loss of self-control. Resentment is the broadest in its meaning, denoting the instinctive and proper recoil of feeling when one is injured, and often a deep and bitter brooding over past wrongs, with a consequent hatred and settled desire for vengeance; it is, in the latter sense, the coolest and most permanent of these feelings. Wrath and ire express sudden feeling of great power, and are often associated with the notion of the superiority of the person: as, the wrath of Jove, the ire of Achilles. They are often the result of wounded pride. Ire is poetic. Wrath has also an exalted sense, expressive of a lofty indignation visiting justice upon wrong-doing. Rage is an outburst of anger, with little or no self-control; fury is even more violent than rage, rising almost to madness. The chief characteristic of choler is quickness to rise; it is irascibility, easily breaking into a high degree of resentful feeling.
    • anger To grieve; trouble; distress; afflict.
    • anger To make painful; cause to smart; inflame; irritate: as, to anger an ulcer. Bacon.
    • anger To excite to anger or wrath; rouse resentment in.
    • anger Synonyms To irritate, chafe, provoke, vex, enrage, exasperate, infuriate.
    • anger To become angry.
    • n anger An occasional spelling of angor.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: The Seven Deadly Sins are lust, pride, anger, envy, sloth, avarice and gluttony.
    • n Anger ang′ger a strong emotion excited by a real or fancied injury, and involving a desire for retaliation
    • v.t Anger to make angry: to irritate
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  • Akhenaton
    “Indulge not thyself in the passion of anger; it is whetting a sword to wound thine own breast, or murder thy friend.”
  • Barbara De Angelis
    “The more anger towards the past you carry in your heart, the less capable you are of loving in the present.”
  • Marcus Aurelius
    “How much more grievous are the consequences of anger than the causes of it.”
  • George R. Bach
    George R. Bach
    “Anger cannot be dishonest.”
  • Francis Bacon
    “Anger makes dull men witty -- but it keeps them poor.”
  • Bible
    “He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty and he that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh a city.”


Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OE. anger, angre, affliction, anger, fr. Icel. angr, affliction, sorrow; akin to Dan. anger, regret, Swed. ånger, regret, AS. ange, oppressed, sad, L. angor, a strangling, anguish, angere, to strangle, Gr. 'a`gchein to strangle, Skr. aṁhas, pain, and to E. anguish, anxious, quinsy, and perh. awe, ugly,. The word seems to have orig. meant to choke, squeeze,. √3


In literature:

At first a great flame of anger kept up the hearts of the men.
"The Long Roll" by Mary Johnston
Carmena gave no heed to the angered reptile.
"Bloom of Cactus" by Robert Ames Bennet
But anger met anger, and the fury of the immortal steeds had scorn for the wrath of a mortal boy.
"A Book of Myths" by Jean Lang
I was myself angered.
"The Dragon Painter" by Mary McNeil Fenollosa
Was he not about to sacrifice substantial advantage to momentary anger?
"Orley Farm" by Anthony Trollope
Worldly anger "is set on fire of hell"; holy anger borrows flame from the altar-fires of God.
"My Daily Meditation for the Circling Year" by John Henry Jowett
Again and again he felt anger at the idea of her riding the worst of the Falling Wall trail at night to Pettigrew's.
"Laramie Holds the Range" by Frank H. Spearman
The mention of the Clown always cut him, and raised in him a remorseful anger.
"The History of Sir Richard Calmady" by Lucas Malet
Anger, and the means of restraining it.
"The Young Man's Guide" by William A. Alcott
I set my teeth to endure; I was full of bewilderment, surprise, and anger.
"The King's Mirror" by Anthony Hope

In poetry:

My wife upon my shoulder
A bitter tear lets fall,
I turn away in anger
And love her not at all.
"The Man Who Trod On Sleeping Grass" by Dora Sigerson Shorter
No word of anger ever falls,
From her sweet mouth of grace;
No sinful passion ever palls
Her face.
"The Angels Of Earth" by James Avis Bartley
My anger broke her gentle heart–
Because of me
She went to walk the lonely road
Where shadows be.
"Haunted" by Anna Johnston MacManus
Most severe will be the battle,
Upon one side their due praises
On the other side thy anger.
"The Purgatory Of St. Patrick - Act II" by Denis Florence MacCarthy
Will he for ever cast me off?
His promise ever fail?
Has he forgot his tender love?
Shall anger still prevail?
"Psalm 77 part 1" by Isaac Watts
In anger, Lord, rebuke me not;
Withdraw the dreadful storm;
Nor let thy fury grow so hot
Against a feeble worm.
"Psalm 6" by Isaac Watts

In news:

Anger pulsed through Cairo today after 73 soccer fans were killed in clashes yesterday.
Hopeful' Obama speaks on jobs, voter anger.
He did more to generate anger and hatred toward Islam than anyone else.
Lions angered by Vikings' headhunting.
Her words were driven by anger that defied helplessness .
Alec Baldwin finally got a lesson in anger marriagement.
Jonas Hiller doesn't hide his anger.
Lynyrd Skynyrd denounces Confederate flag, angering some fans.
The American military's advance into the holy city of Najaf in Iraq to crush a Shiite rebel uprising aroused anger and frustration on Thursday among Shiite Muslims abroad.
I have to admit when I read the Opinion section Sunday, my first reaction was anger.
Iranian nuclear scientist heads homeward in anger.
MIAMI (AP) — A later-than-usual start for a Madonna concert in Miami angered fans in.
Plus Anger Management, Deciding to Take a Break and When Parental Nudging Becomes Overbearing.
How the President Can Reconcile Anger With Hopefulness .
Horse manure on beach angers residents.

In science:

Varje f ärdv äg presenteras tillsammans med ett intervall d är den undre intervallgr änsen anger till vilken grad rapporterna st öder denna f ärdv äg, medan den övre anger till vilken grad systemet anser att denna f ärdv äg är m öjlig (dvs ej mots ägs av n ågra k ända faktorer).
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The scintillator is a monolithic NaI(Tl) with an Anger type photo-readout.
Development of an advanced Compton camera with gaseous TPC and scintillator
Infinitesimal variation of Hodge structure and the global Torelli problem, in G´eom´etrie Alg´ebrique, Angers, 1980, (A.
Hodge loci and absolute Hodge classes
Reid, Canonical 3-folds, G´eometrie Alg´ebrique Angers, A.
Del Pezzo surfaces over Dedekind schemes
When it plans it 1 to finish accomplishing these pings, she will connect plans it then 2 anger to measure to the load in the circuit.
Use MPLS in Lan's