What is angry adverb form?
angrily adverb (WITH ANGER) in a way that shows that you feel angry with someone or about something: Don’t do that! she shouted angrily.
What are adjectives for angry?
synonyms for angry
What is angry adjective or adverb?
angry is an adjective, anger is a noun, angrily is an adverb:They were very angry with you. He keeps his anger locked up inside.
What is the verb of angry?
angered; angering u02c8ab-g(u0259-)rib Definition of anger (Entry 2 of 2) transitive verb. : to make (someone) angry He was angered by the decision.
Is very angry an adverb?
angry is an adjective, anger is a noun, angrily is an adverb:They were very angry with you. He keeps his anger locked up inside. He stalked angrily out of the room.
What is the form of adverb?
Adverbs often have the form of an adjective + -ly. He was calm when I told him.
What is angry an adjective?
angry. / (ˈæŋɡrɪ) / adjective -grier or -griest. feeling or expressing annoyance, animosity, or resentment; enraged.
What is angrily verb adjective or adverb?
adverb. /ˈæŋɡrəli/ /ˈæŋɡrəli/ in a way that shows you have strong feelings about something that you dislike very much or about an unfair situation.
What is the adjective and adverb of anger?
The adverb angrily comes from its related adjective, angry.