Definition of Angries

1. Noun. (literature) The Angry Young Man Angry Young Men. ¹



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Definition of Angries

1. angry [n] - See also: angry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Angries

angolar
angon
angor
angor animi
angor pectoris
angora
angoras
angoricity
angostura
angostura bark
angosturas
angoumois grain moth
angoumois moth
angrecum
angrier
angries (current term)
angriest
angrily
angriness
angrinesses
angrite
angrites
angritic
angry
angry fruit salad
angry fruit salads
angry walk
angryphone
angryphones
angst

Literary usage of Angries

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1. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1899)
"An army, Captain, are terrible in her angries—especialment when she are not paid. I know, too," here he laid his hand on Judson's shoulder, " I know too we ..."

2. History of the Pacific States of North America by Hubert Howe Bancroft, William Nemos, Henry Lebbeus Oak, Frances Fuller Victor, Alfred Bates (1884)
"The anthor of Los angries, Hist., 8, 0, thinks that Santiago de Santa Ana was one of these early grants. His reasons arc: A popular belief that this was one ..."

3. Many Inventions by Rudyard Kipling (1893)
"An army, Captain, are terrible in her angries —especialment when she are not paid. I know too,' here he laid his hand on Judson's shoulder,' I know too we ..."

4. Tama: The Diary of a Japanese School Girl by Florence Wells (1919)
"She angries at me still. Toshi's house is too small. Anyhow some nice chance will drop in my mouth if I keep it open. MON. JUNE 12. ..."

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