Anger (001-030)

A word stirs up anger or love.
— Indian (Kashmiri)

A lover's anger is short-lived.
— Italian

A hungry man is an angry man.
— English

A good word removes anger.
— African (Ga)

A debtor does not get angry.
— African (Ga)

An empty cellar makes an angry butler.
— Danish

An angry man knows no reason.
— Filipino

An angry man is a brother of the madman.
— Lebanese

Anger is the mother of treachery.
— Welsh

Anger is a short maddness.
— English

Anger is like a thorn in the heart.
— Yiddish

Anger has no eyes.
— Indian (Hindi)

Anger is the sworn enemy.
— English

Anger increases love.
— Italian

Anger hears no counsel.
— German

Anger dies quickly with a good man.
— English

Anger with our friend, rather than
constant friendship with our enemy.
— African (Egypt)

Anger and haste hinder good counsel.
— English

Anger edges valor.
— English

Anger is the sworn enemy.
— English

Anger first, and pity afterwards.
— Indian (Tamil)

Anger punishes itself.
— English

Anger without power is a ready blow.
— African (Egypt)

Anger without power is folly.
— German

Anger with our friend, rather than
constant friendship with our enemy.
— African (Egypt)

Anger is the only thing to put off till tomorrow.
— Slovak

As fire is kindled by bellows,
so is anger by words.
— English

Bad temper and anger shorten the years.
— Yiddish

Don't drag for anger with a net,
or push away your daily bread.
— Malaysian

Dread the anger of the dove.
— French

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