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    wrath - Dictionary definition and meaning for word wrath

    (noun) intense anger (usually on an epic scale) Definition
    (noun) belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong (personified as one of the deadly sins)
    Synonyms : anger , ira , ire
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for wrath

remember rath(s) means chariots in mahabharata. when kings are angry and furious, they come on their rath(s) to fight.

Wrath sound like wrath (upwas/fasting). Wrath toot jane par WRATH ho jana

Wrath and froth.... when you full of wrath (anger) you tend to fume and froth.

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w+rath-- due to an argumentative conversation on last night or RAAT( rath)..you are still in anger with your husband.

Search "warcraft" in google. You will find it is a online game with a angry ape as the cover.

Remember movie "Wrath of Titans"...its an Action movie to show Wrath or Anger or Fury of Titans

wrath means in hindi upawas or fasting >> suppose kisi wife ka Karwachauth ka wrath hai aur uska husband office se late aata hai toh wife gussa hoo jati hai...

In math he cannot get good mark, so he is in anger tearing the books.

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text: Hey. Wrath.
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