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wrath
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The Two Towers
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  • If the Great Sea had risen in wrath and fallen on the hills with storm, it could have worked no greater ruin.
  • ’They were many,’ said Aragorn, ’and they do not heed the wrath of Fangorn, for they come here seldom, and they do not go under the trees.
  • But now his long slow wrath is brimming over, and all the forest is filled with it.
  • I feel a great wrath about me.
  • But Saruman for a while was beside himself with wrath.
  • When his eye turns hither, it will be the red eye of wrath.
  • It may be that the counsels of the Enemy will be confused, or hindered by his wrath with Saruman.
  • And then it was gone, flying back to Mordor with the speed of the wrath of Sauron; and behind it the wind roared away, leaving the Dead Marshes bare and bleak.
  • I will forget my wrath for a while, Eomer son of Eomund,’ said Gimli; ’but if ever you chance to see the Lady Galadriel with your eyes, then you shall acknowledge her the fairest of ladies, or our friendship will end.
  • On the great beast thundered, blundering in blind wrath through pool and thicket.
  • So they both lived, delighting in their own devices, and feared no assault, nor wrath, nor any end of their wickedness.
  • There was some murmuring, but also some grins on the faces of the men looking on: the sight of their Captain sitting on the ground and eye to eye with a young hobbit, legs well apart, bristling with wrath, was one beyond their experience.

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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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