English version

wrath

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwrathwrath /rɒθ $ ræθ/ noun [uncountable]  formalANGRY extreme anger He was scared of incurring his father’s wrath.
Examples from the Corpus
wrathThe local shop girls never risked her wrath.It was this implied indictment that was soon to bring so much wrath down on his head.He would have to be prepared for Godolphin's wrath.the king's wrathWhite had to flee to London to escape the wrath of Cavaliers, and he was old and ailing when he returned.
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