Down the road came striding the shabby figure of the old woman who had helped him set the trap; and very wrathy
was she when she saw that the cottage door had been battered in.
The secessionists are very wrathy
about it, and remonstrated with General Foster.
(29) In early 1883, Campbell recruited a Hamilton-based loan company away from Robertson, with the latter being quite "wrathy
" when he learned the news.