The grades of wrath: New words to express anger

So, the news of the hour is that hunger makes you angry, or "hangry", a word introduced to the Oxford English Dictionary for the first time this year. Hanger differs from regular anger in that it has a physical trigger – as opposed to, say, someone "borrowing" the phone charger labelled Do Not Move – and also you can quash it with three bites of a Danish pastry.

We'd always assumed there was an anger dial from irritated to full-on foaming, but, of course, it makes perfect sense. Here are the most common angers.

Telegraph, London

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