wrathy [rath-ee, rah-thee or, esp. British, raw-thee] ExamplesWord Origin adjective, wrath·i·er, wrath·i·est. Informal.
- wrathful; angry.
Origin of wrathy An Americanism dating back to 1820–30;+ Related formswrath·i·ly, adverb Examples from the Web for wrathy Historical Examples of wrathy
Of course that lightning was sent by their wrathy gods, of course it was!
Marah Ellis Ryan
It made me wrathy to think there could be any one she needed to hit out at like that.
Susan Carleton Jones
“Get out, or I’ll throw you to Hades out of here,” said the wrathy foreman.
Thomas D. Whittles
Some grew hot and wrathy if laughed at, and that increased our fun.
Elizabeth B. Custer
He got wrathy at that, and I demanded to be taken at once to his Chief.
Richard Harding Davis