Anger, deriving from annoyance about something, from dissatisfaction, disappointment or a similar feeling of displeasure. Anger is a spontaneous, internal, emotional reaction to a situation, a person or a memory, which the angry person seeks to change. The word anger subsumes a host of unpleasant emotions which can vary in degree and explicitness. The most pronounced form is rage, which seldom remains concealed from the person at whom it is directed; weaker forms of anger are discomfort, resentment, and discontent. These reactions are spontaneous and generally tend to be avoidable.
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