wrath

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büyük öfke
{i} gazap
gadab
{i} öfke
{i} hiddet
edilgi
punishment
ceza

Tom kesinlikle o tür cezayı hak edecek bir şey yapmadı. - Tom certainly hadn't done anything that deserved that kind of punishment.

Tom aldığı cezayı kesinlikle hak etmedi. - Tom certainly didn't deserve the punishment he received.

wrathful
hiddetli
punishment
ukubet
punishment
(Osmanlıca) tecziye
wrathfully
kızgın bir şekilde
punishment
cezalandırma

Bireysel suçların sonucunun ortak cezalandırma olması gerekir. - The consequence of individual crimes should be collective punishment.

punishment
zarar verme
punishment
kötü davranma
wrathful
gazaba gelmiş
great anger
büyük öfke
incur the wrath of
hışmına uğramak
look like the wrath of god
kızgın görünmek
look like the wrath of god
küplere binmiş gibi görünmek
pour out the vials of one's wrath
öfkesini ortaya dökmek
punishment
{i} zahmet
punishment
hasar/ceza
punishment
{i} ağır çalıştırma
punishment
{i} eziyet
punishment
{i} yüklenme
punishment
{i} hırpalama
punishment
{i} sert davranma
slow to wrath
kolay sinirlenmeyen
slow to wrath
kolay kolay kızmayan
the day of wrath
kıyamet günü
the wrath of god
allah'ın gazabı
wrathful
{s} gazaba gelmiş; gazaplı; gazap dolu
wrathful
{s} küplere binmiş
wrathful
{s} öfkeli
wrathful
wrathfullyöfkeyle
wrathful
hiddetle
wrathfully
hiddetle
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great anger

Homer relates an episode in the Trojan War that reveals the tragic consequences of the wrath of Achilles.

punishment
Wrathful; very angry
{n} anger, rage, fury, vengeance
To anger; to enrage; also used impersonally
{i} fury, anger, rage
belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong (personified as one of the deadly sins) intense anger (usually on an epic scale)
belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong (personified as one of the deadly sins)
Violent anger; vehement exasperation; indignation; rage; fury; ire
Biblically, it is the divine judgment upon sin and sinners It does not merely mean that it is a casual response by God to ungodliness, but carries the meaning of hatred, revulsion, and indignation God is by nature love (1 John 4: 16), however, in His justice He must punish sin The punishment is called the wrath of God It will occur on the final Day of Judgment when those who are unsaved will incur the wrath of God It is, though, presently being released upon the ungodly (Rom 1: 18-32) in the hardening of their hearts Wrath is described as God's anger (Num 32: 10-13), as stored up (Rom 2: 5-8), and as great (Zech 7: 12) The believer's deliverance from God's wrath is through the atonement (Rom 5: 8-10) "For God has not destined us for wrath, but for obtaining salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ" (1 Thess 5: 9)
intense anger (usually on an epic scale)
Wrath means the same as anger. He incurred the wrath of the authorities in speaking out against government injustices. A promontory at the northwest extremity of the Scottish mainland. extreme anger
The effects of anger or indignation; the just punishment of an offense or a crime
(noun) rage, fury, violent anger
ire
awrath

Moroni expected no positive response, saying, “Ye have once rejected these things, and have fought against the people of the Lord, even so I may expect you will do it again. And now behold, we are prepared to receive you; yea, and except you withdraw your purposes, behold, ye will pull down the awrath of that God whom you have rejected upon you, even to your utter destruction” (v. 8–9).

wrathfully
In a wrathful manner; with anger; angrily

Of course, a minute or so later I would realise wrathfully that it was all a lie, a revolting lie, an affected lie, that is, all this penitence, this emotion, these vows of reform.

wrathful
{a} angry, rage, fury, vengeance
wrathful
{a} angry, raging, enraged, furious
wrathfully
{a} angrily, furiously, passionately
Grapes of Wrath
{i} 1939 novel written by John Steinbeck about a family in Oklahoma during the Depression urging legislation to help afflicted migrant workers; Israeli military operation in southern Lebanon in 1996
Grapes of Wrath
a novel by John Steinbeck which describes how a family called Joad have to leave their farm in the Dust Bowl in the US state of Oklahoma during the Great Depression of the 1930s, and the difficulties they have in moving to California and trying to work on farms there (1939)
Operation Grapes of Wrath
{i} code name of the Israeli military operation in southern Lebanon that took place in 1996
The Grapes of Wrath
{i} 1939 novel written by John Steinbeck about a family in Oklahoma during the Depression urging legislation to help afflicted migrant workers
Wrathful
vehemently incensed and condemnatory; "they trembled before the wrathful queen"; "but wroth as he was, a short struggle ended in reconciliation"
a soft answer turneth away wrath
kind words diffuse anger
a soft answer turns away wrath
kind words diffuse anger
his wrath
his anger
in his wrath
in his anger
operation "Grapes of Wrath"
operation in 1996 by the Israeli military against the Hezbollah organization in Lebanon
visited his wrath upon
took out his anger on
wrathful
{s} angry, enraged, furious, indignant
wrathful
Springing from, or expressing, wrath; as, a wrathful countenance
wrathful
Full of wrath; very angry; greatly incensed; ireful; passionate; as, a wrathful man
wrathful
possessed of great wrath; very angry
wrathful
vehemently incensed and condemnatory; "they trembled before the wrathful queen"; "but wroth as he was, a short struggle ended in reconciliation
wrathfully
angrily, furiously, indignantly
wrathfully
in a wrathful manner; "he looked at her, not wrathfully now, but quizzically
wrath
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