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wroth

[ rawth, roth or, especially British, rohth ]
/ rɔθ, rɒθ or, especially British, roʊθ /
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adjective
angry; wrathful (usually used predicatively): He was wroth to see the damage to his home.
stormy; violent; turbulent: the wroth sea.
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Origin of wroth

before 900; Middle English; Old English wrāth; cognate with Dutch wreed cruel, Old Norse reithr angry; akin to writhe
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British Dictionary definitions for wroth

wroth
/ (rəʊθ, rɒθ) /

adjective
archaic, or literary angry; irate

Word Origin for wroth

Old English wrāth; related to Old Saxon wrēth, Old Norse reithr, Old High German reid curly haired
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