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He hated vital religion and grew wroth at every manifestation of it.
Needless to say I waxed wroth, and left none that I could find alive.
And you, when the sovereign grace of the gospel comes to you, are " very wroth.
In the summer she returned to Coppet and wroth a pamphlet (Reflexions sur le proces de la refine) on the queen's execution.
Under the later reigns the Tyche figure (the personification of a Greek city) becomes common as a coin type (Wroth, Coins of Parthia, pp. liii., lxxiv.).