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wrath
used in The Horse Whisperer

3 uses
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Definition
extreme anger or angry punishment
  • Just turned fourteen, Judith was nearly a year older than Grace and in decisions as weighty as risking the ever-ready wrath of Mrs. Dyer, Grace was happy to defer.
    One (23% in)
  • Annie's grandfather was a gentle, ineffectual soul who smoked a pipe, did crossword puzzles and whose main concern in life was avoiding the wrath or even mild displeasure of his wife.
    Twenty-one (26% in)
  • Thus thwarted, the stallion turned his wrath on Tom.
    Thirty-five (89% in)

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