angerless

angerless

(ˈæŋɡəlɪs)
adj
showing no sign of anger
References in classic literature ?
A hundred affectionate contests on such points as these, took place on the sad night which preceded his departure; and, as the termination of every angerless dispute brought them nearer and nearer to the close of their slight preparations, Kate grew busier and busier, and wept more silently.
early 3rd century), for instance, insisted that an angerless God can hardly exercise judicial power, and the great exegete Origen (d.
I found the third chapter, in which Grasso traces the political function of "angerless women" in the new republic (42), especially insightful.