Wrath – Wrathful in a sentence

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wrath;

[noun] Intense anger;

They called down the wrath of God upon the heads of their enemies.

My wrath shall far exceed the love I ever bore.

Shall we continue to sin and just wait for the wrath of God to fall upon us!

Turkish Prime Minister said Syria must beware the wrath of Turkey after Syrian forces shot down a Turkish warplane on Friday.

Facebook has incurred the wrath of privacy groups because of proposed policy changes it announced last week.

Google was the only major company to risk the wrath of Congress and stand up for our Internet freedom against SOPA.

Most of Dallas was spared the full wrath of the storm.

wrathful;

[adjective] very angry

They trembled before the wrathful king.

Even in her most wrathful moods, Hannah had been merciless but just.

Then the king summoned Wolfgang. His expression was wrathful.