angriest angriest  /ˈæŋ ɡri əst/


  1. (adj) feeling or showing anger
  2. (adj) (of the elements) as if showing violent anger
  3. (adj) severely inflamed and painful



  1. Having silenced debate, the Senate quickly passed the bill 55 to 30, ending one of the longest and angriest congressional controversies of the Nixon Administration.
  2. They're the angriest guys in the Democratic Party.
  3. Dean sometimes seems not so much the angriest man in politics but the most bemused.


  1. 16 Outraged Paula Deen Fans React to Food Network Firing on Facebook

    Deen, in happier times. Despite two YouTube apologies, it was announced this afternoon that the celebrity chef and restaurateur had been let go by the Food Network . The prospect of no more Paula Deen on television has angered more than a few fans, who've since taken to the network's Facebook page to give voice to their protest. Straight ahead, a few of the rawest and angriest reactions to the ...
    on June 22, 2013     Source: New York Magazine

  2. Shelby County teachers want assurances own children can transfer to schools where they work

    Hundreds of parents are learning this week that their transfer requests to other schools have been denied. Among the angriest are teachers.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Memphis Commercial Appeal


  1. "Let me just first say that of all the events and all of the things we've done in the last 18 months, the single one that makes me the angriest, that gives me the most angst, is the intervention with AIG. Here was a company that made all kinds of...
    on Mar 15, 2009 By: Ben Bernanke Source: WJZ

  2. "He was not pleased," Terry said. "It was the worst, the angriest, I have seen him. We worked all week on pressing, not letting people turn and get time on the ball - and we did not do that. He had his say at half-time in a manner I have not...
    on Jun 8, 2010 By: John Terry Source: ESPN

  3. Jay Leno joked Monday night that Spitzer's scandal "means Hillary Clinton is now only the second angriest woman in the state of New York."
    on Mar 11, 2008 By: Jay Leno Source: Washington Post

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