Angry is a more formal way to say mad but they can be used interchangeably.
- I’m irritated
- I’m annoyed
- I’m irked (slang, not offensive)
- I’m frustrated
- I’m pissed off (slang, offensive)
- I’m p.o’d (slang, the less offensive form of the expression above. (We say I’m pee oh’d)
- I’m just disgusted. This doesn’t mean that something is disgusting, it means that they are really bothered by someone else’s behavior.
As angry/mad as possible
- I’m irate
- I’m engraged
- I’m furious
- I’m seething mad (a less popular way to say that you are very angry)
- I’m fuming mad (a less popular way to say that you are very angry)
- I’m incensed. This one is when you are really furious. I don’t hear it often but when I do, I know the person is feeling very irate.
- I’m just beside myself. (This is an expression that the older generation uses that means, they are so mad, they don’t even know what to do or say)
- Blind rage-this is very extreme. Someone with blind rage is usually violent against someone else because they are so mad.
- I’m livid! It means something similar to furious.
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