anger

Anger vs Offended - What's the difference?

anger | offended |


As a noun anger

is remorse, regret.

As a verb offended is

(offend).

Anger vs Fuss - What's the difference?

anger | fuss |


As a noun anger

is remorse, regret.

As an adjective fuss is

willing.

Frown vs Anger - What's the difference?

frown | anger |


As nouns the difference between frown and anger

is that frown is a facial expression in which the eyebrows are brought together, and the forehead is wrinkled, usually indicating displeasure, sadness or worry, or less often confusion or concentration while anger is remorse, regret.

As a verb frown

is to have a on one's face.

Anger vs Provocation - What's the difference?

anger | provocation |


As nouns the difference between anger and provocation

is that anger is remorse, regret while provocation is the act of provoking, inciting or annoying someone into doing something.

Anger vs Impatient - What's the difference?

anger | impatient |


As a noun anger

is remorse, regret.

As an adjective impatient is

impatient.

Anger vs Rampage - What's the difference?

anger | rampage |


As nouns the difference between anger and rampage

is that anger is remorse, regret while rampage is a course of violent, frenzied action.

As a verb rampage is

to move about wildly or violently.

Anger vs Https - What's the difference?

anger | https |


As a noun anger

is remorse, regret.

As an initialism https is

(internet) hypertext transfer protocol secure (http secure), an encrypted form of information transfer on the internet.

Anger vs Soothe - What's the difference?

anger | soothe |


As a noun anger

is remorse, regret.

As a verb soothe is

(obsolete) to prove true; verify; confirm as true.

Anger vs Grumpiness - What's the difference?

anger | grumpiness |


As nouns the difference between anger and grumpiness

is that anger is remorse, regret while grumpiness is the state, or act, of being grumpy.

Seethe vs Anger - What's the difference?

seethe | anger |


As a verb seethe

is (label) to boil.

As a noun anger is

remorse, regret.

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