But Martin’s belligerency was weakened by shame, for he never had enough money to meet his bills, and he was not used to dodging irate grocers, receiving dunning letters, standing at the door arguing with impertinent bill-collectors.
He had to arouse the house with wild squawkings of his horn, and an irate farmer who bellowed, "Who’s there?
Sondelius dropped from Haffkine’s cholera serum to an irate: "If that fellow stares at me some more, I am going over and kill him! I am a peaceful man, now that I am not so young, but I do not like starers.
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I was irate with all of them.
Kiera Cass -- The Heir
There are fifty-nine new email messages and seventeen new voice mails, including several from the label’s now-certainly irate publicist and a bunch from Bryn, asking how it went in the studio and with the interview.