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Angry, furious, mad as hell! English synonyms, idioms and expressions.

Updated: Feb 6, 2019


English spoken phrases you can use when you are angry, annoyed or loosing your temper to express your feelings better.

What to say instead of 'I'm very, very angry with you' or when you feel that your blood is boiling and you will explode in a sec? Maybe you want the other person to calm down and not to blow the fuse or hit the roof?




I've had it up to here I have suffered enough because of something or someone

It's driving me up the wall! it's making me very angry

Don't blow a fuse! don't lose your temper

I'm fed up to the back teeth. angry because a situation has continued for too long

He's like a bear with a sore head! in a very bad mood

He's at the end of his tether. so annoyed he can't carry on

I'm losing it! becoming very angry or upset



don't bite my head off don't speak to me in an angry way

it's doing my head in it's making me annoyed and angry

for crying out loud! said by someone to express their annoyance or irritation

you're driving me crackers! you're making me annoyed

don't make my blood boil don't make me angry

don't blow your top don't get angry

hot under the collar annoyed or angry




keep your hair on stop being angry or upset

don't get your knickers in a twist don't get angry or upset

get on my nerves

annoy someone a lot

pissed off

very annoyed

go bananas

become extremely angry or excited

go nuts

become extremely angry

fly into a rage

suddenly become very angry:


Expressing anger




Check more: phrases and collocations with anger.





Synonyms


angry

very annoyed


annoyed

feeling slightly angry or impatient


upset

very sad, worried, or angry about something


cross

angry. This word is used mainly by children or when speaking to children


irritated

annoyed or impatient about something


fed up

informal annoyed or bored with something that you feel you have accepted for too long


put out

annoyed, offended, or upset by something that someone has said or done


displeased

formal annoyed or angry, usually because something is not very good or someone has made a mistake


mad

informal angry


belligerent

very unfriendly and angry


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