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1. anger


A frown may express anger or displeasure.
show anger
Her face reflects disgust and sadness, rather than anger.
the growing anger and frustration of young unemployed people
A sick soul that holds on tight to anger and hate will never heal until it lets go of those demons.
Pet loss refers to the reactions of shock and anger that occur in owners who have been bereaved of their pets.
Once, when I was in primary school, a kid was being bullied and it bothered me so much that I exploded with anger.
The anger that I had built up in me until then evaporated like a mist hit by the sun.
Yamada tried hard to keep his anger against his boss in check.
The boy, upon seeing a butterfly, proceeded to run after it, provoking the anger of his mother, who had ordered him to stay quiet while she gossiped with the lady next door.
The anger of the people exploded, leading to a series of riots.
With destruction therapy you use your anger to destroy something in a controlled way.
Something we say in anger cannot be taken back.
Noobs? Dima asked, a slight hint of anger in his voice. "This isn't a video game, Al-Sayib! This is real life!"
Black money scandal, 11th of September, expenseuro, the Old Europe, Hartz IV, Madame Chancellor, fanmile, climatic catastrophe, financial crisis, wreckage bonus and citizen of anger are the last ten words of the year in Germany.

2. temper


Almost the only time a fat man loses his temper is when he has been deprived of his food.
The fact that I lost my temper made matters still worse.
A quick temper is the only defect in her character.
My son loves to throw temper tantrums in the supermarket.
His quick temper will get him in trouble one day.
lose somebody's temper
Don't be such a hothead. A short temper will cost you.
It's a kind of virtue to keep one's temper.
She is in a temper, because she missed her usual train in the subway and had to walk to work.
He was behaving so stupidly that I couldn't keep my temper.
I shall endeavor to enliven morality with wit, and to temper wit with morality.
His violent temper has cost him not only his job but his marriage as well.
tempered steel
It would take a whole army to temper him.
Don't get all bent out of shape over little things. A short temper can make you poor.