ANGER, FURY, RAGE
You feel anger when someone does something that is cruel or that frustrates you. You can feel anger about things like insults or delays.
1. Impatience is the first reaction against a setback and can soon turn to anger if you’re not careful
2. There was anger at the suffering inflicted by the bombing.
If you feel fury or rage, you have intense feelings of anger which are hard to control and can be violent. You can also be ‘in a fury’ or ‘in a rage’.
3. I nearly smashed the phone in fury.
4. Thomas flew into a cold fury, which Fanny observed with terror.
5. So great was their rage that they began to destroy everything in sight.
6. In a rage I went to his desk, took all his books and hurled them out of the window.