the ancient roman goddess of anguish.
archaic. . obsolete. hurtfully; painfully. historical examples whan he was come, mayster vauasour all angerly sayde: thou knaue, why comest thou nat aweye with my cloke? shakespeare jest-books; unknown he is taught to stand in his own cceite: & if it be tak away, he angerly axeth for it again. the education of children desiderius […]
a city in and capital of maine-et-loire, in w france. a strong feeling of displeasure and belligerence aroused by a wrong; wrath; ire. chiefly british dialect. pain or smart, as of a sore. obsolete. grief; trouble. to arouse anger or wrath in. chiefly british dialect. to cause to smart; inflame. to become : he angers […]
of or relating to anjou or its inhabitants. relating to the counts of anjou or their descendants, especially those who ruled in england, or to the period during which they ruled. an inhabitant of anjou. a member of an angevin royal house, especially that of the plantagenets in england. historical examples why should the pope […]
angiasthenia angiasthenia an·gi·as·the·ni·a (ān’jē-əs-thē’nē-ə) n. loss of vascular tone.
angiectasia angiectasia an·gi·ec·ta·si·a (ān’jē-ĭk-tā’zē-ə, -zhə) or an·gi·ec·ta·sis (-ěk’tə-sĭs) n. dilation of a lymphatic or blood vessel.