Idioms and phrases for Anger

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My dear friend;

 

PHRASES:

1. A fit/outburst of anger = an occasion when someone suddenly becomes angry.

EXAMPLE: His occasional outbursts of anger shocked those around him.

2. A feeling of anger

EXAMPLE: He was overcome by sudden feeling of anger against the people who had put him there.

 

IDIOMS:

1. The cage of anger = Prison

EXAMPLE:  The judge put him into the cage of anger for a three-year stretch.

2. do something more in sorrow than in anger = do something because you feel sad or sorry rather than angry

EXAMPLE:  They said they were threatening legal action more in sorrow than in anger.

3. Flame with anger = to blaze or seem to communicate a particular quality or excitement, usually a negative feeling.

EXAMPLE: Her eyes flames with anger.

4. Flash with anger =  to glimmer or seem to communicate a particular quality or excitement.

EXAMPLE: Her eyes flashed with anger.

loose temper.

he is a pet peeve

bite someone’s head off

these are the idioms that I know

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