I shirked duty in pursuit of a good sleep, incurring her wrath this morning.
But, recently, she dared to criticize a comic book cover and drew the wrath of brave comic book fanboys.
Steinbeck wrote his classic novel Grapes of wrath after working closely with a radical union of farm and packing-house workers.
Salinas was the home town of John Steinbeck, author of The Grapes of wrath and great chronicler of Depression-era California.
But a prison gang is made of those who have already felt that wrath and are ready to express their own.
Mrs. Latimer's sobs only roused his wrath at all the misery she had wrought.
It was clear that they were receiving the discharge of the wrath which was caused by somebody else.
God's wrath must be harder to bear than the bitter humiliation to which her mother had so airily condemned her.
Then as now Jove's thunders from afar had proclaimed the wrath of the gods.
I, in listening to thy raving, Scarce can calm the wrath thou 'rt braving.