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wrath
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

5 uses
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Definition
extreme anger or angry punishment
  • Leave off from wrath, and let go displeasure: fret not thyself, else shalt thou be moved to do evil.
    p. 557.1
  • It was the Thirty-seventh Psalm, and the choir appeared to sing it directly to me: Leave off from wrath, and let go displeasure: fret not thyself, else shalt thou be moved to do evil.
    p. 149.7
  • Yes, it's true: I should "leave off from wrath, and let go displeasure."
    p. 149.8
  • What the rector wanted was for his wife to darken the "pillar of light," which continued to shine on the wrathful Lord Jesus.
    p. 224.8
  • But Owen Meany could not be persuaded to protect himself; he told Dan Needham that the nature of Mrs. Lish's incitement constituted "A THREAT TO NATIONAL SECURITY"; not even to save himself from Randy White's wrath would Owen Meany repeat what a slanderous rumor he had heard.
    p. 385.5

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