1. vehemently incensed and condemnatory
    but wroth as he was, a short struggle ended in reconciliation
    they trembled before the wrathful queen
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How To Use wroth In A Sentence

  • If a woman comes to me and I feel her growing angry, then I can deduce that she is wroth with me, but I cannot deduce why.
  • The princes seruants being in the next chamber not farre off, hearing the busling, came with great haste running in, and finding the messenger lying dead in the floore, one of them tooke vp a stoole, and beat out his brains: whereat the prince was wroth for that he stroke a dead man, and one that was killed before. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • It was plain to see that all three members of the Zetarahn royal family, along with many of the guests, were now extremely wroth.
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  • `I would have expected Papa to be wroth with Gwenllian; his pride would demand as much. HERE BE DRAGONS
  • When Corsabrin wist of her deeds then was he wood wroth and angry, and rode unto Surluse where the haut prince was, and there he found Sir Palomides ready, the which had the pensel. Le Morte d'Arthur: Sir Thomas Malory's book of King Arthur and of his noble knights of the Round table
  • but wroth as he was, a short struggle ended in reconciliation
  • And then in truth the worthy magistrate waxed somewhat wroth; at first accusing Mr. Comyn of being credulously duped by some pawkie servant who owed him a grudge, and ending by setting him down as "clean daft, doited, and dazed by too mickle study," (and in his ire he had very nearly added, "too much toddy.") The International Monthly Magazine, Volume 1, No. 1, August 1850 of Literature, Science and Art.
  • With this publication, Wroth's complete oeuvre of published and unpublished works may be accessed in modern print editions.
  • To the which the king said: Now I see well that thou wouldest foredo the laws of this land which have been used in the days of my predecessors, but it shall not lie in thy power, and so the king being wroth departed.
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