adjectiveNorth American informal, dated
- My flip, polite persona masks a smouldering and wrathy incredulity as I learn that another revivalist is stepping up to accept officialdom's accolade.
- California writer Frank Taylor wrote in Forum in November 1939, ‘Californians are wrathy over The Grapes of Wrath…Though the book is fiction, many readers accept it as fact.’
- I began to be alarmed and wrathy; but I felt that my knowledge of French was not equal to adequately expressing my sentiments and decided to await developments.
Words that rhyme with wrathybothy, frothy, mothy
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