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Spell check of angry

Correct spelling: angry

Synonyms:
unfounded, fuming, furious, rankled, huffy, fierce, raving, choleric, mad, wroth, untamed, godforsaken, riled, hopping, outraged, offended, achy, bad, uncivilised, burning, fury, raving mad, hot under the collar, ticked, smoldering, waste, black, displeased, ferocious, angered, belligerent, enraged, exacerbated, horn-mad, fiery, ireful, barbarian, turbulent, boiling, resentful, infuriated, hot, stormy, upset, miffed, burned up, galled, hazardous, chapped, chain lightning, up in the air, storm cloud, annoyed, apoplectic, unwarranted, raging, gaga, acute, umbrageous, shirty, cross, wild, foaming, rabid, het up, convulsed, feelings, roiled, indignant, sore, crazy, cheesed off, irritated, sheet lightning, landfall, infuriate, violent, uncivilized, ballistic, chafed, storming, put out, vexed, sulky, fed up, hostile, steamed up, unhealthy, dotty, risky, chronic, tempestuous, teed off, steaming, lightning, agonizing, exasperated, provoked, crippling, forked lightning, bitter, baseless, smouldering, eye, nettled, ticked off, agonising, impassioned, irate, irascible, peeved, barbaric, piqued, inflamed, affronted, riley, wrought up, groundless, maddened, incensed, savage, aggravated, fantastic, splenetic, idle, livid, wrathful, thing, wrothful, sullen.

Antonyms:
complaisant, kind, happy, amenable, accommodating, good-tempered, satisfied, placid, delighted, tolerant, obliging, amicable, cordial, good-natured, pleased, calm, affable, amiable, easygoing, peaceable, understanding, genial, healthy, accepting, sympathetic, friendly, tranquil, pacific, sweet, agreeable, content, serene, unangry, pleasant, empathetic.

Examples of usage:

1) Please don't be angry. - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.

2) Remember what I say, dear, and don't get angry with your father. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) I was angry and killed him. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

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