Definition of wrathfulness in US English:

wrathfulness

noun

literary
  • See wrathful

    • ‘I am writing to you anyway, despite your having a reputation for a certain flavour of wrathfulness.’
    • ‘Karen King points out that Mary's ‘spiritual maturity’ is contrasted sharply with the impulsiveness and wrathfulness of Peter.’
    • ‘Jackson was a fascinating mixture of contrasts: eccentricity and excellence, ambition and humility, restlessness and repose, wrathfulness and righteousness.’
    • ‘Consequently, wrathfulness, horror, and repugnance as such are elicited by the events of the film.’
    • ‘Their aspect of wrathfulness is often interpreted as a form of great energy usable for many purposes.’

Pronunciation

wrathfulness

/ˈræθfəlnəs//ˈraTHfəlnəs/