(?), a. [OE. wroth, wrap, AS. wr wroth, crooked, bad; akin to wran to writhe, and to OS. wrangry, D. wreed cruel, OHG. reid twisted, Icel. reir angry, Dan. & Sw. vred. See Writhe, and cf. Wrath.] Full of wrath; angry; incensed; much exasperated; wrathful. "Wroth to see his kingdom fail." Milton.
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Revel and truth as in a low degree,
They be full wroth [i. e., at enmity] all day.
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Cain was very wroth, and his countenance fell.
Gen. iv. 5.
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