例句1. Vivienne got angry and started shouting
The pickpocket was mobbed by angry women.
The press reacted to the demand for censorship with angry editorials.
The overcharged customer was angry , and with justice.
Up jumped Peter with an angry link on his face.
Don′t get me angry
It doesn′t pay to get angry .
Assumed a posture of angry defiance.
The Burning Building shot sparks onto the adjacent roof. He shot an angry look at me.
Fear of nuclear war sparked angry demonstrations.
I′m most angry about your dishonesty.
And with these students he feels frustrated, inadequate, and even angry .
The angry elephant crashed through the forest.
Angry tenants finally raised the roof about their noisy neighbors.
The angry lawyer smashed his fists against the desk.
The angry mob howled the speaker off the platform.
The angry mob hailed blows on the thief.
The angry crowd shook their fists at the police.
The angry audience shouted the politician down.
Placating an angry lot of tenants
I gather from his words that he is angry .
An angry outburst justified By extreme provocation
I wonder why they′re angry .
She is not really angry but only shamming.
She′s addicted to video games, which makes her mother angry at times.
Her expression suggested that she was angry .
Her voice sounded as if she were angry .
Her eyes snapped with angry .
Her angry words pierced everyone.
She was so angry ; she slammed the phone down on him.
She was angry at being denied the opportunity to see me.
1.(of a wound or sore) red and inflamed.
‘the bruise below his eye looked _angry_ and sore’
‘Afterwards my face had a number of large _angry_ swollen red areas which have since gone down.’
2.(of the sea or sky) stormy, turbulent, or threatening.
‘the wild, _angry_ sea’
‘The waves of the _angry_ sea threw Lorana into her uncle, Koric, who held on to the oar with all his strength.’
3.Feeling or showing strong annoyance, displeasure, or hostility; full of anger.
‘why are you _angry_ with me?’
‘I’m _angry_ that she didn’t call me’
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