Day-131 (Apoplectic)

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Word:
                     Apoplectic

Status:
                     Adjective

Meaning:
                     Very angry and excited:
(Archaic)   medical: relating to apoplexy(strokes)

Sentences:
1) She was positively apoplectic with anger when she found out that she had been cheated on.
2) The coach was so apoplectic when the player missed the catch that he threw his clipboard onto the court.

Origin:
                    French or Late Latin; French apoplectique, from Late Latin apoplectius, from Greek apoplēktikos, from apoplēssien.

First use:
                     1611

Synonyms:
                      angered, angry, ballistic, fuming, furious, outraged, inflamed, wroth, infuriate
   
Antonyms:
                      angerless, delighted, pleased.

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