nounliterary or humorous
Extreme anger: he hid his pipe for fear of incurring his father’s wrath
More example sentences
- I decided that if it was another telemarketer calling, they were going to get my wrath!
- Step out of line here and the wrath of the consumer can descend with real force.
- I'm going to risk her wrath, I say, and at last I think there is a glimmer of a smile.
anger, rage, fury, annoyance, indignation, outrage, pique, spleen, chagrin, vexation, exasperation, dudgeon, high dudgeon, hot temper, bad temper, bad mood, ill humour, irritation, irritability, crossness, displeasure, discontentment, disgruntlement, irascibility, cantankerousness, peevishness, querulousness, crabbiness, testiness, tetchiness, snappishness; air rage
Old English wrǣththu, from wrāth (see wroth).