Angry vs. Hurt

Angry vs. Hurt — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Angry and Hurt

Angryadjective

Feeling or showing anger; incensed or enraged

angry at my boss.angry with her.

Hurtverb

To cause physical damage or pain to (an individual or a body part); injure

The fall hurt his back.

Angryadjective

Indicative of or resulting from anger

an angry silence.

Hurtverb

To experience injury or pain to or in (an individual or a body part)

I hurt my knee skiing.

Angryadjective

Having a menacing aspect; threatening

angry clouds on the horizon.

Hurtverb

To cause mental or emotional suffering to; distress

The remark hurt his feelings.
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Angryadjective

Chiefly New England & Midland US Inflamed and painful

an angry sore.

Hurtverb

To cause physical damage to (something); harm

The frost hurt the orange crop.

Angryadjective

Displaying or feeling anger.

His face became angry.An angry mob started looting the warehouse.

Hurtverb

To be detrimental to; hinder or impair

The scandal hurt the candidate's chances for victory.

Angryadjective

(said about a wound or a rash) Inflamed and painful.

The broken glass left two angry cuts across my arm.

Hurtverb

To have or produce a feeling of physical pain or discomfort

My leg hurts.
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Angryadjective

Dark and stormy, menacing.

Angry clouds raced across the sky.

Hurtverb

To cause distress or damage

Parental neglect hurts.

Angryadjective

feeling or showing anger;

angry at the weatherangry customersan angry silencesending angry letters to the papers

Hurtverb

To have an adverse effect

“It never hurt to have a friend at court” (Tom Clancy).

Angryadjective

(of the elements) as if showing violent anger;

angry clouds on the horizonfurious windsthe raging sea

Hurtverb

(Informal) To experience distress, especially of a financial kind; be in need

“Even in a business that's hurting there's always a guy who can make a buck” (New York).

Angryadjective

severely inflamed and painful;

an angry sore

Hurtnoun

Something that hurts; a pain, injury, or wound.

Hurtnoun

Mental suffering; anguish

getting over the hurt of reading the letter.

Hurtnoun

A wrong; harm

What hurt have you done to them?.

Hurtverb

(intransitive) To be painful.

Does your leg still hurt? / It is starting to feel better.

Hurtverb

(transitive) To cause (a creature) physical pain and/or injury.

If anybody hurts my little brother I will get upset.

Hurtverb

(transitive) To cause (somebody) emotional pain.

Hurtverb

(transitive) To undermine, impede, or damage.

This latest gaffe hurts the legislator’s reelection prospects still further.

Hurtadjective

Wounded, physically injured.

Hurtadjective

Pained.

Hurtnoun

An emotional or psychological humiliation or bad experience.

Hurtnoun

(archaic) A bodily injury causing pain; a wound or bruise.

Hurtnoun

(archaic) injury; damage; detriment; harm

Hurtnoun

(heraldry) A roundel azure (blue circular spot).

Hurtnoun

(engineering) A band on a trip-hammer helve, bearing the trunnions.

Hurtnoun

A husk.

Hurtnoun

any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.

Hurtnoun

psychological suffering;

the death of his wife caused him great distress

Hurtnoun

feelings of mental or physical pain

Hurtnoun

a damage or loss

Hurtnoun

the act of damaging something or someone

Hurtverb

be the source of pain

Hurtverb

give trouble or pain to;

This exercise will hurt your back

Hurtverb

cause emotional anguish or make miserable;

It pains me to see my children not being taught well in school

Hurtverb

cause damage or affect negatively;

Our business was hurt by the new competition

Hurtverb

hurt the feelings of;

She hurt me when she did not include me among her guestsThis remark really bruised me ego

Hurtverb

feel physical pain;

Were you hurting after the accident?

Hurtverb

feel pain or be in pain

Hurtadjective

suffering from physical injury especially that suffered in battle;

nursing his wounded armambulances...for the hurt men and women

Hurtadjective

used of inanimate objects or their value