wrathy

[ rath-ee, rah-thee or, esp. British, raw-thee ]
/ ˈræθ i, ˈrɑ θi or, esp. British, ˈrɔ θi /
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adjective, wrath·i·er, wrath·i·est. Informal.

wrathful; angry.

Nearby words

  1. wrastle,
  2. wrath,
  3. wrath, cape,
  4. wrathful,
  5. wrathfully,
  6. wreak,
  7. wreak havoc,
  8. wreath,
  9. wreathe,
  10. wreathed column

Origin of wrathy

An Americanism dating back to 1820–30; wrath + -y1

Related formswrath·i·ly, adverb

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