irateness


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i·rate

 (ī-rāt′, ī′rāt′)
adj.
Full of or characterized by extreme anger; enraged. See Synonyms at angry.

[Latin īrātus, past participle of īrāscī, to be angry, from īra, anger; see eis- in Indo-European roots.]

i·rate′ly adv.
i·rate′ness n.
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irateness

(aɪˈreɪtnəs)
n
anger
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irateness

noun
1. Violent or unrestrained anger:
2. A strong feeling of displeasure or hostility:
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"There were varying levels of irateness," she said.
It is, in any case, about coaching, which, as a base, is the task of controlling the mentee far from illicit and savage, radical life directions and onto different directions, which will offer voice to the mentee's potential irateness and feedback in a lawful and peaceful way.
"Lisa has learned to remain calm and pleasant and is able to communicate in a manner which diffuses any irateness that may arise."