- = furious, cross, heated, mad (informal), raging, provoked, outraged, annoyed, passionate, irritated, raving, hacked (off) (US, slang), choked, pissed (taboo & slang), infuriated, hot, incensed, enraged, ranting, exasperated, irritable, resentful, nettled, snappy, indignant, pissed off (taboo & slang), irate, tumultuous, displeased, uptight (informal), riled, up in arms, incandescent, ill-tempered, irascible, antagonized, waspish, piqued, hot under the collar (informal), on the warpath, hopping mad (informal), foaming at the mouth, choleric, splenetic, wrathful, at daggers drawn, in high dudgeon, as black as thunder, ireful, fit to be tied (slang), tooshie (Australian, slang), off the air (Australian, slang), aerated •
He's an angry man.
opposites: loving, happy, pleased, friendly, calm, peaceful, pleasant, mild, gratified, agreeable, amiable, congenial
- = inflamed, severe, painful, nasty, swollen, sore •
He had two angry cuts across his forehead.
- = threatening, forbidding, grim, menacing, sinister, ominous, baleful, inauspicious •
Under the angry red sky he ran, into the thickening darkness.
When angry, count four; when very angry, swear
Mark Twain – Pudd'nhead Wilson
usage note: Some people feel it is more correct to talk about being angry with someone than being angry at them. In British English, angry with is still more common than angry at, but angry at is used more commonly in American English.