angry


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I am getting angry enough to do something desperate.
I have come,' replied Martin's mother--'and your Majesty must not be angry with me--I have come a-wooing.
When I wished to retire into a convent, you remember how angry you were with me?
Then send him away," said Mercury, "or Jove will be angry with you and punish you".
At last she tried no longer, but grew angry with the faithful flower, and would have torn it from her breast; but the fairy spell still held it fast, and all her angry words but made it ring a louder, sadder peal.
My dear child," said she, "will you do what I am going to ask of you, or will refuse me because you are angry at my being on the Danaan side, while you are on the Trojan?
Angry she was: bitterly angry; but she was more angry with Fanny for having received such an offer than for refusing it.
Do I not know that what I have asked you to do is foolish and wrong, and that the General will be angry about it?
A loud cry, followed by angry reproaches, immediately resounded.
First, to be too sensible of hurt; for no man is angry, that feels not himself hurt; and therefore tender and delicate persons must needs be oft angry; they have so many things to trouble them, which more robust natures have little sense of.
They were a long distance off, but the Wicked Witch was angry to find them in her country; so she blew upon a silver whistle that hung around her neck.
She could almost be angry herself at such angry incivility; but she checked the resentful sensation; she remembered her own ignorance.