One should never be at the receiving end of anyone’s wrath. If one finds oneself in such a situation, then do take all preventive measures to keep damage to a minimum.
Wrath is anger and fury in its worst form, the kind that is seen when we encounter devastating floods, volcanoes or earthquakes. The same word can be applied to personal contexts to signify extreme anger and actions born out of vengeance.
The dictionary definitions for Wrath are as follows:
1. Strong, stern, or fierce anger; deeply resentful indignation; ire. (noun)
2. Vengeance or punishment as the consequence of anger. (noun)
Masters Tip to remember Wrath:
Mankind, as times through its actions, has been frequent spectator to nature’s wrath. There are numerous instances that come to mind. One of them is the recent earthquake in Japan and the tsunami that followed.
To learn the word, just keep in mind that:
Wrath: unrestrained fury or anger.
Usage Examples for Wrath:
1. This time the object of wrath for the activists is the judiciary.
2. The clouds of hot gas billowed from the volcano for nearly three hours, stirring fears that the volcano’s wrath was far from finished.