Table of Contents
- 1 What are some words for angry?
- 2 How do you say something angrily?
- 3 What is the idiom of make someone very angry?
- 4 How do you express extreme anger?
- 5 How do you show anger in dialogue?
- 6 How do you say someone is angry?
- 7 What are some good adjectives to describe an angry person?
- 8 Are there any negative words that start with a letter?
- 9 Are there any negative words that start with the letter P?
What are some words for angry?
Synonyms & Antonyms of angry
- cheesed off.
- [chiefly British],
How do you say something angrily?
- lash out. phrasal verb. to criticize someone or something angrily.
- tear into. phrasal verb. to criticize someone or something very angrily.
- abuse. verb. to speak to someone in an angry, offensive way.
- tell off. phrasal verb.
- scold. verb.
- rage. verb.
- jump down someone’s throat. phrase.
- raise your voice. phrase.
What is the idiom of make someone very angry?
If you blow a fuse, you suddenly lose your temper and become very angry. “Charlie blew a fuse yesterday then he discovered that his bike had been stolen.”
How do you express anger in a sentence?
“I feel angry.” “She is angry.” “He is angry.” It’s the basic level of a negative and slightly aggressive feeling. “My dog looks angry.” “My boss was angry.” We use it to talk about that feeling. So, in a sentence, “My mother was really angry with me.” “Furious.”
What is a simile for anger?
I’m as angry as a horse with an itchy nose. I was angry like a bull with a cloth in his face. I’m as angry as a lazy dad who can’t find the remote. I was angry like a mom who sees a fly land in her cooking.
How do you express extreme anger?
One 2010 study found that being able to express your anger in a healthy way can even make you less likely to develop heart disease.
- Take deep breaths.
- Recite a comforting mantra.
- Try visualization.
- Mindfully move your body.
- Check your perspective.
- Express your frustration.
- Defuse anger with humor.
- Change your surroundings.
How do you show anger in dialogue?
Use profanity sparingly. Like accents, too many curse words can distract the reader, even if it is true to the way a character would speak. And instead of using profanity when a character is angry, try showing the anger through action and carefully chosen speech instead.
How do you say someone is angry?
10 expressions to Use In Speaking And Writing:
- (A bit) annoyed.
- (A bit) peeved.
- Wound up.
- None too pleased.
- In a foul mood. / In a temper.
- (Absolutely) furious / fuming.
- Go through the roof / Go ballistic.
- Be on the warpath.
How do you describe angry?
Here are some of the telltale signs of anger in a person’s expression:
- Their eyebrows would be lowered and pulled closer together.
- Their eyelids would become squinted or raised (or their eyes may bulge if they are enraged)
- Their lips would tighten or curl inwards.
- The corners of their mouth would point downwards.
When do you use the word angry in a sentence?
Meaning: used to describe a person that suddenly gets really angry. Use In A Sentence: Every time someone talks about the changes in the school policy, Jessica flies off the handle. 2. To Blow A Fuse
What are some good adjectives to describe an angry person?
Apoplectic: violently angry, from the adjectival form of apoplexy, the former word for stroke 9. Ballistic: explosively angry, from the adjective describing projectile flight 10. Bellicose: aggressively angry, from the synonym for warlike 11. Belligerent: see bellicose 12. Bitter: harshly upset due to resentment 13.
Are there any negative words that start with a letter?
Negative words that start with A letter. abnormal, abolish, abominable, abominably, abominate, abomination, abort, aborted, aborts, abrade, abrasive, abrupt, abruptly, abscond, absence, absent-minded, absentee, absurd, absurdity, absurdly, absurdness, abuse, abused, abuses,…
Are there any negative words that start with the letter P?
Negative words that start with P. pain, painful, painfully, pains, pale, pales, paltry, pan, pandemonium, pander, pandering, panders, panic, panicked, panicking, panicky, paradoxical, paradoxically, paralyzed, paranoia, paranoid, parasite, pariah, parody, partiality,…