His imperious look makes us angry.
Don't be angry over such trivial matters.
The players were jostled by an angry crowd as they left the field.
He shouts when he gets angry, as is often the case.
He shall not get so angry. What we have gotten here is more like a brawl than a debate.
He hurriedly left the office as if angry.
His rudeness made me really angry.
I was angry with him for keeping me waiting.
1. 发怒的, 生气的[(+at/with/about)]
The old woman often gets angry about trivial things.
The professor was angry at John for cheating in the exam.
Don't be angry with me for not having written.
He'll be angry to find that nothing has been done.
3. (天气、风浪等)险恶的; 狂暴的
She was frightened by the angry sea.
It's an angry wound.