adjective, wrath·i·er, wrath·i·est. Informal.
Related formswrath·i·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for wrathy
"Get out, or I'll throw you to Hades out of here," said the wrathy foreman.The Lumberjack Sky Pilot|Thomas D. Whittles
He took it good-humoredly, while little colonels and majors become very indignant and wrathy under such circumstances.Life in Dixie during the War|Mary A. H. Gay
She might have got wrathy and backed out at the last minute.Marjorie Dean, High School Junior|Pauline Lester
He stands grim and wrathy, when reined up for two minutes and forty-five seconds at a station.A Walk from London to John O'Groat's|Elihu Burritt
A wrathy butcher jerked the fellow off the other's back and smacked him soundly for his pains.Robert Annys: Poor Priest|Annie Nathan Meyer