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6. vex, pique, irritate, annoy, irk, peeve, nettle, chafe, Chiefly U.S.

rile, Inf.aggravate, Inf.miff, Inf. give [s.o.] a pain, Inf.get under [s.o.'s] skin, Inf.get in [s.o.'s] hair, SI.bug; exasperate, ruffle, roil, put out, get, SI.get [s.o.'s] goat.
7. embitter, exacerbate, gall, rankle, envenom; affront, offend, insult; humiliate, mortify.
8.
All Inf.

burn up, do a slow burn, steam, steam up, freak, freak out.

angle1, n.1. intersection, fork, Y, branch, crotch, division, Archaic, divide; bend, curve, crook, turn, twist, hook, elbow, knee; corner, nook, crevice, cranny, recess, niche.
2. viewpoint, standpoint, position, point of view, opinion, feeling, attitude, mind set; slant, approach,
SI.pitch, leaning, bias.
3. side, aspect, part, feature, phase, stage.

angle2, v. 1. fish, cast for, Angling,

bob, troll, trawl; net, catch, draw in, hook, ensnare, entrap, capture, take alive.
2. fish, look for, hint at, beg for, try for, aim for, woo; scheme, plot, plan, contrive, devise; bait, lure, attract, decoy, trick, take in; manipulate, handle, manage, take care of.

angler, n.fisherman, fisher, piscator, troller, trawl
er; Izaak Walton.

angry, adj.1. wrathful, wroth, irate, ireful, in censed, horn-mad; enraged, raging, fuming, smoking, infuriated, Rare,

infuriate, furious; livid, Inf.mad as a hornet, Inf.mad as hops, Inf.mad as a wet hen; inflamed, flaming, flaring, flared up, heated, red-hot, white-hot; distraught, overwrought, Inf.fit to be tied; upset, feverish, hysterical, Inf.blue in the face, not rational; violent, unrestrained, uncontrollable; ranting, raving, storming, foaming at the mouth, rabid, fanatical, frenzied; frantic, crazed, Pathol,

delinious, mad, Inf.wild, out of one's mind, beside oneself, SI.freaked out.
2. peeved, annoyed, put out, vexed, irritated; piqued, chafed, galled, riled, nettled; offended, affronted,
Inf. sore; SI.ticked off, SI.teed off; displeased, on the outs with, indignant; worked up, Inf.hot under the collar, stirred up, kindled, enkindled; passionate, impassioned, impassionate, over-excited.
3. irritable, cross, surly, snappish, petulant, peevish; testy,
SI.uptight, choleric, touchy, huffy, peppery; splenetic, spleenful, bilious, cranky, ill-tempered, Australian.

crook, bad-tempered; irascible, quicktempered, short-tempered, Inf.short-fused; quarrelsome, contentious, belligerent, up in arms, pugnacious, bellicose; volatile, volcanic, explosive, hot-tempered, hot-headed, fiery, inflammable.
4.
stormy, violent, strong, savage, tempestuous, turbulent, wild, rough; threatening, restless, agitated, foaming, boiling, seething, raging, howling, roaring; windy, blustering, blustery, gusty, blowing, squally, squallish.

angst, n.dread, terror, fear, fear and trembling, trepidation; apprehension, foreboding, fearfulness, anxiety; malaise, distress, disquietude, solicitude, worry; anguish, agony, suffering, torment, misery, dolor, sorrow, woe.

anguish, n.1. agony, torment, torture; pain, pang, throe, paroxysm; aching, suffering, misery, Archaic. bale, dolor; sorrow, heartache, heartbreak, grief, woe, ruth, sadness.
2. affliction, distress,
Med.

angor, disquiet, disquietude; anxiety, angst; remorse, regret, repentance, contrition, penitence, compunction.
-v. 3. torture, torment, agonize, excruciate, wring; pain, injure, wound, hurt, make miserable, scathe, cut

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Variant Two Keep Playing

When the draw pile runs out, keep playing until all of the cards have been made into sets of four. When the draw pile is exhausted, no one says Go fish. If you ask someone for a card she doesnt have, it becomes her turn.

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