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The Hobbit
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  • Long he had hunted in vain till the dawn chilled his wrath...
  • This was the outburst of his wrath when he could find nobody and see nothing, even where he guessed the outlet must actually be.
  • At the twanging of the bows and the shrilling of the trumpets the dragon’s wrath blazed to its height, till he was blind and mad with it.
  • Why waste words and wrath on those unhappy creatures?
  • Thorin at length broke the silence, and his voice was thick with wrath.
  • Their spears and swords shone in the gloom with a gleam of chill flame, so deadly was the wrath of the hands that held them.
  • He came alone, and in bear’s shape; and he seemed to have grown almost to giant-size in his wrath.
  • Swiftly he returned and his wrath was redoubled, so that nothing could withstand him, and no weapon seemed to bite upon him.
  • Then as is the nature of folk that are thoroughly perplexed, they began to grumble at the hobbit, blaming him for what had at first so pleased them: for bringing away a cup and stirring up Smaug’s wrath so soon.

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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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