One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘Kirsty swept out of the room in high dudgeon’
indignantly, resentfully, angrily, furiously, wrathfully
in a temper, in indignation, in anger, with resentment, with displeasure, having taken offence, having taken umbrage
informal in a huff, in a lather, in a paddy, foaming at the mouth, fit to be tied, as cross as two sticks, seeing red
British dated, informal in a bate, in a wax
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