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  • The gloomy taint that was in the Murdstone blood, darkened the Murdstone religion, which was austere and wrathful.
  • Receiving no answer to these taunts, he would mount in his wrath to the words ’swindlers’ and ’robbers’; and these being ineffectual too, would sometimes go to the extremity of crossing the street, and roaring up at the windows of the second floor, where he knew Mr. Micawber was.
  • You?’ she cried, with her clenched hand, quivering as if it only wanted a weapon to stab the object of her wrath.
  • ’When my Em’ly took flight,’ he said, in stern wrath for the moment, ’from the house wheer she was made a prisoner by that theer spotted snake as Mas’r Davy see, — and his story’s trew, and may GOD confound him!
  • When some white-headed billows thundered on, and dashed themselves to pieces before they reached the land, every fragment of the late whole seemed possessed by the full might of its wrath, rushing to be gathered to the composition of another monster.

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  • She could hardly contain her wrath when she learned he had betrayed her.
  • She fear’s the wrath of God.

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