Tuesday, November 26, 2013
wroth adjective [rawth, roth or, especially Brit., rohth] stormy; violent; turbulent: the wroth sea.
Definitions for wroth
- stormy; violent; turbulent: the wroth sea.
- angry; wrathful (usually used predicatively): He was wroth to see the damage to his home.
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Citations for wroth
You are wroth with me because I have used you; because I have offended against your innate right to be a useless cyst on the hindquarters of life.
The wroth sea's waves are edged / With foam, white as the bitten lip of hate, / When in the solitary waste, strange groups / Of young volcanoes come up, cyclops-like…