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used in Maggie: A Girl of the Streets

7 uses
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extreme anger or angry punishment
  • She stood shivering beneath the torrent of her mother's wrath.
    Chapter 15 (40% in)
wrath = intense anger
  • Howls of renewed wrath went up from Devil's Row throats.
    Chapter 1 (8% in)
  • She was chanting in a mournful voice, occasionally interjecting bursts of volcanic wrath at the father, who, Jimmie judged, had sunk down on the floor or in a corner.
    Chapter 3 (47% in)
  • "Because he tears 'is clothes, yeh damn fool," cried the woman in supreme wrath.
    Chapter 3 (52% in)
  • With a wrathful snort the woman confronted the door, but it was slammed hastily in her face and the key was turned.
    Chapter 9 (30% in)
  • Revelations and scenes might bring upon him the wrath of the owner of the saloon, who insisted upon respectability of an advanced type.
    Chapter 16 (7% in)
  • As the waiter did not then come, the man swelled with wrath.
    Chapter 18 (65% in)

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