wroth

adjective \ ˈrȯth also ˈrōth \

Definition of wroth

: intensely angry : highly incensed : wrathful

Examples of wroth in a Sentence

  1. I've been waxing wroth all afternoon!

Origin and Etymology of wroth

Middle English, from Old English wrāth; akin to Old High German reid twisted, Old English wrīthan to writhe

wroth Synonyms

Antonyms

delighted, pleased;

Phrases

bent out of shape, blue in the face, fit to be tied, hopping mad, hot under the collar, in a fume, in a huff, in a pet;



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