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Feeling very or extremely angry - thesaurus

Synonyms

furious

adjective

extremely angry

irate

adjective

very angry

seething

adjective

feeling extremely angry without showing it much

infuriated

adjective

extremely angry

incensed

adjective

extremely angry

livid

adjective

informal extremely angry

apoplectic

adjective

formal extremely angry

murderous

adjective

very angry

incandescent

adjective

formal extremely angry

steaming

adjective

informal very angry

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at the end of your rope

very upset or angry, so that you can no longer deal with something or someone calmly. The British expression is at the end of your tether.

breathing fire

very angry

fierce

adjective

very angry, or ready to attack

fiercely

adverb

in a fierce way

hopping mad

mainly Americaninformal extremely angry

ropable

adjective

Australianinformal extremely angry

sick to your stomach

feeling very upset, worried, or afraid

splenetic

adjective

formal extremely angry or annoyed

wrathful

adjective

mainly literary extremely angry

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hygge

a lifestyle focussing on simple pleasures such as comfort and cosiness in the home, and spending time with friends and family

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sofar

a form of location that involves the underwater detonation of a bomb which causes sound waves that are picked up by ships

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