He went out in anger.
She turned away in anger.
They bundled off in anger.
He banged the door in anger.
Father roared at me in anger.
He got out of the room in anger.
He ran out of the room in anger.
She went out of the room in anger.
His body was shaking in anger.
It is natural for a child to scream in anger.
He banged on the table with his fist and yelled in anger.
He banged on the table with his fist, and yelled in anger.
He hammered on the table with his fists and shouted in anger.
The old man erupted in anger when he discovered his car had been broken into.
Benjamin Franklin once observed that whatever is begun in anger, ends in shame.
The woman screamed in anger at her husband, and then threw a plate at his head.
There is a Greek proverb which observes that one word spoken in anger may spoil an entire life.
The students staged a protest march in front of the Legislature in anger at rising tuition fees.
There is a Greek proverb which reminds us that one word spoken in anger may spoil an entire life.
There is a Korean proverb which notes that if you kick a stone in anger, you’ll hurt your own foot.
Writer William Safire once suggested that the most successful newspaper column is one that causes the reader to throw down the paper in anger.
Comedienne Roseanne Barr once joked, “Experts say you should never hit your children in anger.
When is a good time? When you’re feeling festive?”