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i. (idiomatic - in high dudgeon) (old-fashioned, formal) In an angry or offended mood, and showing other people that you are angry.
ii. (in the phrase) in high dudgeon - Deeply offended and aggrieved.
* All five elements would be in.
1. Mood will be felt unmerited or undeserved, as sufferer will be thought blameless in the situation.
2. Attempts that were made to avoid causality did not succeed to achieve the 'escape' hoped for.
3. What most will believe to be a natural fallout or follow-up, will be planning a revenge or vengeance, protest, showing dejection, etc.
4. Not possible to misinterpret anger for some other emotion or event such as play-acting or tomfoolery.
5. Mood or state lasts for a reasonable period of time - since, surely, life has to go on (to emphasize).
... damn ! ...
See perfect anger.
See perfect bygones.
See perfect diatribe.
See perfect fury (1).
See perfect vituperation.
See perfect dressing-down.
See perfect shouting match.
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