angriness angriness


  • (n) the state of being angry


  • I keep being here too - sporadically, but I like most of your comments- just not the ones that seem to be gut-checked for angriness only.


  1. "If I speak too soon, I may convey attitudes of angriness I don't want to convey," said Betancourt, a former Colombian senator who was kidnapped while campaigning for the presidency in 2002.
    on Jul 9, 2008 By: Ingrid Betancourt Source: USA Today

  2. Mandaric told the Guardian: "I really disapprove of Harry's angriness. There is no room for that. We are all moving together. This is not something Harry should be angry about. We are moving the club to a better organisation, enhancing the structure...
    on Nov 13, 2004 By: Milan Mandaric Source:

  3. "I think right now the team realizes we're nobodies," assistant head coach Joe Bugel said. "Nobody respects us. Who in the heck are we? And that's a big tradition we're backing up. There's no panic; there's angriness. Because we didn't like...
    on Aug 6, 2007 By: Joe Bugel Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

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