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The Fellowship of the Ring
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  • A fact which partly explains young Frodo’s long expeditions to the renowned fields of the Marish, and the wrath of the injured Maggot.
  • Most of the guests went on eating and drinking and discussing Bilbo Baggins’ oddities, past and present; but the Sackville-Bagginses had already departed in wrath.
  • Caught between fire and water, and seeing an Elf-lord revealed in his wrath, they were dismayed, and their horses were stricken with madness.
  • For a moment I was afraid that we had let loose too fierce a wrath, and the flood would get out of hand and wash you all away.
  • The winds of wrath came driving him, and blindly in the foam he fled from west to east and errandless, unheralded he homeward sped.
  • The Captain then sent some eastward straight across country, and he himself with the rest rode along the Road in great wrath.
  • I do not doubt that news of the discomfiture of the Riders has already reached him, and he will be filled with wrath.
  • Again Gandalf approached the wall, and lifting up his arms he spoke in tones of command and rising wrath.
  • Suddenly, and to his own surprise, Frodo felt a hot wrath blaze up in his heart.
  • Aragorn smote to the ground the captain that stood in his path, and the rest fled in terror of his wrath.

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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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