1 "Yes," replied Kostanzhoglo, as sharply as though he were angry with Chichikov.
2 Well, don't get angry, you baby.
3 I remember everything, but still I don't admit that you have any right to be angry.
4 He thought it necessary to inform his son of this, for fear he should be angry.
5 My harassed face struck me as revolting in the extreme, pale, angry, abject, with dishevelled hair.
6 But angry as I was, yet he got the better of me.
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7 I was angry with myself, but, of course, it was she who would have to pay for it.
8 I know that you will very likely be angry with me for that, and will begin shouting and stamping.
9 He's angry because so far I haven't made headway in the St. Petersburg service.
10 He was angry and said the inn was not run properly, and he wouldn't come to the Governor's house and he didn't want to go to jail on account of him.
11 And your dad will be angry because you dilly-dallied so long.
12 And make them hurry, or else the master will be angry.
13 Marya Antonovna, don't be angry.
14 Ask whatever satisfaction you want, only don't be angry.
15 "No, he thinks only of himself," muttered the princess without restraining her angry tears.