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wrathy

[ rath-ee, rah-thee or, especially British, raw-thee ]
/ ˈræθ i, ˈrɑ θi or, especially British, ˈrɔ θi /
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adjective, wrath·i·er, wrath·i·est.Informal.
wrathful; angry.
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Origin of wrathy

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

OTHER WORDS FROM wrathy

wrath·i·ly, adverb
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