angerful

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From anger +‎ -ful.

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angerful ‎(comparative more angerful, superlative most angerful)

  1. Full of anger, expressing anger.
    • 1860, Holme Lee, Kathie Brande, page 37
      "There, Bootle, that will do; we appreciate your sentiments to the very core of our hearts," said my kinswoman, frowning upon her from those angerful eyes of hers.
    • 1986, Frank X Tolbert, Evelyn Oppenheimer, Tolbert of Texas: the man and his work
      Captain Johnson called Lieutenant Reynolds to the quarterdeck and said, with tears running down his angerful face, "I don't know whether to surrender or not...

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