But based on a dusty 1996 Gallup Poll, we learn that one in four Americans feels "generally at least somewhat angryat work."
Washington is angry about Russia's criticisms of Operation Desert Fox, while Moscow is angrywith the United States for boycotting Russian research centers as a punishment for them allegedly having supplied nuclear missile technology to Iran.
Such differences can be misunderstood: "In one part of the country an unsmiling individual might be queried as to whether he was 'angryabout something,' while in another, the smiling individual might be asked, 'What's funny?'"
Is she so angrythat she won't say his name?)
Initial reports indicated the Germans were angrybecause the agent was conducting economic espionage against Germany.
Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori is in deep trouble: Citizens are angryover his alleged illegal wiretapping and suppression of journalists, and newly discovered documents indicate that he may have been born in Japan rather than Peru, which would make him ineligible for his job.
Legolas was also worried, his father would be angryin the way only elves can when he found out.
9 "You have made me very angryby rejecting me and making idols out of gold.
When the results suggested Americans would be angryif Clinton had perjured himself, Morris encouraged Clinton to deny the affair.)
... [The book is] pugnacious and angryto the point of occasional bitterness and sarcasm."
(1990) followed up paediatric patients who were refused care in the ED and found many families were angryafter care was refused and many (40%) did not subsequently seek a consultation from a primary care physician.
Ahab did more to make the Lord God of Israel angrythan any king of Israel before him.
I wasn't angryfor long however, since I believe anger is a damaging emotion to harbour.