Definition of 'wrath'

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Anyone who mocks her will face the wrath of my feather duster. Christianity Today (2000)But was it a sign of divine wrath? Times, Sunday Times (2013)MPs also tend to feel the full wrath because it is felt they should set an example. Times, Sunday Times (2006)That will include suffering the wrath of fans. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But it wasn't worth incurring his wrath. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The more afraid people became, the more they attacked what they saw as objects of divine wrath. Diane Purkiss The English Civil War: A People's History (2006)To put it simply, referees and judges find it subconsciously difficult to incite consistently the wrath of home fans. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He also knew that within 24 hours he would face further wrath as his government unveiled more huge public spending cuts. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Prepare to feel my wrath! Times, Sunday Times (2007)Will anybody escape the British wrath? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Now I will be able to feel the wrath of this engine. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Let things slip and face Carrot's wrath. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There is no way he can go on, though, against the backdrop of such wrath from the fans against him. The Sun (2012)I am unable to determine by what law I ought to incur your wrath and that of your followers. Kishlansky, Mark A. (editor) Sources of the West: Readings in Western Civilization, Volume 1: From the Beginning to 1715 (1995)


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Translations for 'wrath'

British English: wrath NOUN
Wrath means the same as anger.
He incurred the wrath of the authorities in speaking out against the plans.
  • American English: wrath
  • Brazilian Portuguese: ira
  • Chinese: 愤怒
  • European Spanish: cólera
  • French: courroux
  • German: Zorn
  • Italian: ira
  • Japanese: 激怒
  • Korean: 분노
  • European Portuguese: ira
  • Latin American Spanish: cólera

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