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raging, tempestuous, furious, wild, angry.
incensed, exasperated, boiling, irritated, mad, irate, displeased, perturbed, indignant, pissed off, furious, enraged.
being mad, often extremely mad
irate, displeased, affronted, offended, fierce, nettled, provoked, Fuming, uptight, Storming, ill-tempered, huffy, irritable, exasperated, indignant, annoyed, sulky, enraged, riled, resentful, sore, splenetic, choleric, bitter, sullen, exacerbated, ferocious, outraged, wrathful, impassioned, Antagonized, vexed, raging, infuriated, hot, tumultous/tumultuous, hateful, Convulsed, maddened, irritated, galled, irascible, fiery, Piqued, turbulent, ireful, chafed, inflamed, furious, heated, cross, incensed.
unpropitious, maleficent, heinous, no good.
unsparing, hardboiled, stern, hard as nails, harder, coldblooded.
hot under the collar
steaming, hot under collar, pissed off, burning with excitement, hot under the collar.
boiling mad, mad as a hornet, ranting, going ape, raging, seeing red, blowing one's top, ranting and raving, on the warpath, boiling over, bent out of shape, raving mad, blowing a gasket, throwing a fit.
sharp, double-edged, acrimonious.
mad, smoldering, wroth, incensed, indignant, tempestuous, provoked, wrothful, irate, enraged, angered, hot under the collar, wrathful, ireful, infuriated, irascible, livid, wild, sore, outraged, maddened, black, stormy, umbrageous, unhealthy, huffy, smouldering, furious, aggravated, choleric, raging.
bitter, Piqued, inflamed, rabid, het up, annoyed, in a pet, frothing at the mouth, offended, affronted, Storming, hostile, at the boiling point, peeved, sullen, up in arms, raving, vexed, in a passion, foaming at the mouth, exacerbated, steamed up, boiling, out of temper, galled, up in the air, purple in the face, wrought-up, thing, flown off the handle, Convulsed, Fuming, sulky, cross, ticked off, all worked up, turbulent, miffed, ing red, fiery, burned up, nettled, bent out of shape, chafed, in high dudgeon, fit to be tied, splenetic, impassioned, out of humor, in a huff, resentful, teed off, riled.
Examples of usage:
– Love and Lucy by Maurice Henry Hewlett
– Ayala's Angel by Anthony Trollope
– Life on the Stage by Clara Morris
– The La Chance Mine Mystery by Susan Carleton Jones
– The Happiest Time of Their Lives by Alice Duer Miller