Synonyms and related words:
a transient madness, anger, angriness, enrage, enragement, fury, grapes of wrath, heat, incense, indignation, infuriate, infuriation, irateness, mad, madden, rage, saeva indignatio, soreness, steam up, umbrage, vials of wrath, wrath, wrathfulness

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