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Anger

Pronunciation of Anger
/ˈaŋɡə/, /ˈaŋɡə/, /ˈa_ŋ_ɡ_ə/

Synonyms for anger:

Sense 1

infuriate, annoyance, aggression, bad blood, snit, aggravation, irk, harass, inflame, conniption, slow burn, self-reproach, hissy fit, grievance, ill humor, frustration, gall, bum out, asperity, hysterics, spite, get to, persecute, outrage, excite, wear on, tee off, umbrage, tick off, apoplexy, ill feeling, bait, rancor, goad, nervousness, desperation, backlash.

Sense 2

bile, burn up, frustrate, incense, bristle, funk, piss off, plague, storm, needle, irateness, hassle, fester, nettle, envenom, wind up, aggravate, opposition, rattle, vex.

Sense 3

foam, torment, stir.

Sense 4

bug, seethe, push.

Sense 5

drive, sting, flare.

Sense 6

explode.

Sense 8

burn.

Sense 13

get.

anger

heat.

annoy

rankle.

annoyance

huff.

bitterness

acrimony.

chafe

grate.

conniption

tantrum.

craze

madden.

crudity

harshness.

displease

dissatisfy.

embitter

embitter.

harangue

tirade.

huff

miff.

incense

enrage.

malice

blood, venom.

needle

bait.

outburst

paroxysm.

petulance

ill temper.

poison

envenom.

sulkiness

sullenness.

tease

rise.

temper

hackles.

umbrage

pique.

wrath

dander, wrath, irascibility.

Other synonyms and related words:

irascibility, desperation, storm, explode, torment, madden, harshness, irk, irritation, sullenness, displeasure, aggravation, spleen, harass, goad, animosity, nettle, seethe, aggravate, tee off, pettishness, choler, rancour, annoyance, foam, fester, spite, bad blood, crossness, ill temper, impatience, ruffle, grudge, excite, huff, chafe, temper, conniption, yellow bile, flare, frustrate, fretfulness, push, rage, hissy fit, burn, angriness, fussiness, drive, irateness, rise, exasperation, tick off, vex, exasperate, bug, hackles, indignation, ire, dander, peeve, blood, hassle, bait, miff, fret, gall, pique, resentment, sting, snit, incite, rancor, sulkiness, tantrum, petulance, ira, tirade, vexation, incense, envenom, infuriate, stir, hysterics, ill humor, embitter, fury, bristle, wrath, outrage, antagonize, burn up, individual retirement account, slow burn, venom, get, bile, plague, enrage, offense, enmity, paroxysm, asperity, see red, needle, nervousness, rankle, irritability, umbrage, rattle, dissatisfy, peevishness, acrimony, frustration, heat, inflame.

sour (adjective)

embitter.

Sense 1 (noun)

asperity.

Sense 2 (noun)

frustrate, infuriate, enrage, antagonize, madden, incense, burn.

Sense 3 (noun)

seethe, explode, bristle, foam.

Sense 4 (noun)

irateness.

anger (noun)

ira, wrath, choler, ire, angriness.

choler (noun)

bile.

emotion (noun)

feeling, fear, emotion, excitement, sadness, hatred, temperment, sentiment, sensation, sympathy, passion, mood.

feeling (noun)

choler, ire.

hate (noun)

spleen.

huff (noun)

miff.

mental state (noun)

emotion.

paroxysm (noun)

hysterics.

resentment (noun)

offense, spleen.

sourness (noun)

sulkiness.

state of being mad, annoyed (noun)

choler, slow burn, temper, indignation, ill temper, displeasure, outrage, exasperation, hatred, storm, passion, dander, irascibility, fury, tantrum, vexation, impatience, umbrage, ire, annoyance, animosity, pique, ill humor, peevishness, hissy fit, enmity, petulance, irritation, resentment, conniption, huff, miff, gall, irritability, rage, acrimony.

wrath (noun)

irascibility, annoyance, bile, acrimony, outrage, spleen, pique, huff, snit, aggravation, gall, umbrage, conniption, tantrum, slow burn, dander.

alienate (verb)

antagonize.

displease (verb)

disgust, shock, jar, offend, bother, disturb, rile, provoke, displease, dissatisfy, repel, aggrieve, scandalize, grate, irritate, annoy, disappoint.

irritate (verb)

exasperate, peeve.

make someone mad; become mad (verb)

incense, madden, fret, goad, displease, excite, provoke, nettle, burn, inflame, embitter, irritate, exasperate, antagonize, bristle, enrage, infuriate, ruffle, offend, chafe, rankle, bait, burn up, seethe, annoy, aggravate, vex, rile.

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