1.   She was more angry than scared.

2.   A corrections officer who was held hostage and stabbed by an inmate during the riot said he is more angry than sick.

3.   But Prendergast was more angry than contrite, and determined to place most of the blame for both morning and evening chaos squarely on the engineers.

4.   Capriati was more angry than anything else.

5.   I was more angry than my friend, who was numbed by the inner battle she had been fighting for weeks.

6.   Others were more angry than alarmed.

7.   So the Pistons must be more angry than stunned that Dele would rather do business in Beirut than play basketball.

8.   The Martians are less angry than curious, misbehaving children.

9.   They are more angry than guilty.

10.   I was more angry than anything else.

v. + angry + than >>共3
be 76.92%
sound 15.38%
seem 7.69%
be + angry + p. >>共17
at 37.08%
with 23.23%
about 22.77%
over 11.31%
after 1.38%
for 0.77%
than 0.77%
as 0.54%
in 0.54%
on 0.46%
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