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wroth (roth) adjective
[From Middle Middle English, from Old English wrath. Ultimately from Indo-European root wer- (to turn or bend) that is also the progenitor of words such as wring, weird, writhe, worth, revert, and universe.]
"The movie has taken some flak for ethnic stereotyping... I can't
wax too wroth, though, since the 'victims' themselves do most of
"Humans said to their PDAs, 'Heat my house, for I am on my way home...
Get my broker out of the shower, or the flushing place, and tell him
that I am wroth!'"
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