English version

in high dudgeon

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin high dudgeonin high dudgeon formalANGRYin an angry or offended way – often used humorously dudgeonin high dudgeonin high dudgeon formal in an angry or offended way – often used humorously high
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in high dudgeonI was just so furious that I swept out in high dudgeon.The kuei will usually give up and leave a house in high dudgeon.
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