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adj. an·gri·er, an·gri·est
1. Feeling or showing anger; incensed or enraged: angry at my boss; angry with her.
2. Indicative of or resulting from anger: an angry silence.
3. Having a menacing aspect; threatening: angry clouds on the horizon.
4. Chiefly New England & Midland US Inflamed and painful: an angry sore.

[Middle English angri, from anger, anger; see anger.]

an′gri·ly adv.
an′gri·ness n.
Synonyms: angry, furious, indignant, irate, ireful, mad, wrathful
These adjectives mean feeling or showing marked displeasure: an angry retort; a furious scowl; an indignant denial; irate protesters; ireful words; mad at a friend; a wrathful tyrant.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.angrily - with angerangrily - with anger; "he angrily denied the accusation"
بِغَضَب، غاضِبَاً


[ˈæŋgrɪlɪ] ADV [react, speak] → con ira
"I tried!" he said angrily-¡lo intenté! -dijo enfadado or (LAm) enojado
he protested angrilyprotestó airadamente


[ˈæŋgrɪli] adv [react, respond] → avec colère; [say, shout, demand] → avec colère; [deny, reject] → avec colère; (move, throw)rageusement
Angrily he paced up and down the room → Il allait et venait rageusement d'un bout à l'autre de la pièce.




[ˈæŋgrɪlɪ] advcon rabbia


(ˈӕŋgə) noun
a violent, bitter feeling (against someone or something). He was filled with anger about the way he had been treated.
to make someone angry. His words angered her very much.
ˈangry adjective
1. feeling or showing anger. He was so angry that he was unable to speak; angry words; She is angry with him; The sky looks angry – it is going to rain.
2. red and sore-looking. He has an angry cut over his left eye.
ˈangrily adverb

angry at something: We were angry at the delay .
angry with someone: He is angry with his sister .
References in classic literature ?
After looking at the horse he turned angrily to the lad.
During this speech the boy had stood by, sullen and dogged, but when his father ceased he broke out angrily.
Yes, I was of Kiev," Kritsky replied angrily, his face darkening.
Then it wasn't very civil of you to offer it,' said Alice angrily.
Alice was beginning very angrily, but the Hatter and the March Hare went `Sh
the Bellman exclaimed, As he angrily tingled his bell.
He strode angrily into the forest, and there he saw a man standing who had uprooted six trees as if they were straws.
Then the King went angrily to the cook, and scolded him, and asked him why he had not done what he was told.
You are an insolent fellow, and you have not looked," cried Mazarin, very angrily, "begone and wait my pleasure.
He laughed angrily at his own foolishness: it was absurd to care what an anaemic little waitress said to him; but he was strangely humiliated.
But when I think of that child, doomed to lifelong misery, and when I think that maybe in my hands lies a chance of escape, but for that confounded nonsense we call pride and professional etiquette, I--" He did not finish his sentence, but with his hands thrust deep into his pockets, he turned and began to tramp up and down the room again, angrily.
The colonel rode to the front, angrily gave some reply to questions put to him by the officers, and, like a man desperately insisting on having his own way, gave an order.