• ___ management

• ___ management class (therapy session)

• A deadly sin

• A momentary madness, per Horace

• A short madness:Horace

• Asperity

• Bile

• Blood pressure raiser

• Boiling-blood feeling

• Breathe fire into

• Bring to a boil

• Burning sensation?

• Cause of an outburst

• Choler

• Dander

• Displease

• Dudgeon

• Emotion displayed at a bad call

• Emotion felt after hooking a ball into the pond

• Emotion that may need management

• Emotional heat

• Enrage

• Exasperate

• Feeling of hostility

• Fire up

• Fit of temper

• Focus of a management course?

• Fury

• Get a rise from

• Get hot

• Get one's dander up

• Get one's goat

• Get really hot

• Get riled up

• Heat

• Heated state

• High dudgeon

• Hot blood

• Hot flash

• Hot stuff

• Hot temper

• Incense

• Incensement

• Indignation

• Inflame

• Infuriate

• Infuriation

• Inspire wrath

• Irate feeling

• Ire

• Irritate

• It makes you hot

• It may need some management

• It must be managed

• John Osborne play Look Back in ___

• Keen indignation

• Look Back in ___

• Mad person's emotion

• Madden

• Madness

• Major indignation

• Make blood boil

• Make one's blood boil

• Make stew

• Management class topic?

• Management course subject?

• Management target

• More than annoyance

• Nettle

• Not merely miff

• Oasis's Don't Look Back in ___

• One might take classes to manage it

• One of seven

• One of the deadlies

• One of the deadly sins

• One of the five stages of grief

• One of the Seven Deadly Sins

• Osborne's Look Back in ___

• Outburst cause

• Outrage

• Pique condition?

• Possible cause of a red face

• Possible cause of redness

• Provocation result

• Provoke

• Psychologist's concern

• Rage

• Range of emotion

• Rankle

• Reaction to a snub, maybe

• Really rile

• Really rile up

• Reason for the silent treatment

• Red state?

• Red-seeing state

• Ruffle one's feathers

• Run afoul of

• Second of the five stages of grief

• Set off for foreign range (5)

• Slow burn

• Snit fit

• Sorehead's emotion

• Spleen

• Steam

• Steam up

• Steamed condition

• Strong emotion

• Subject of a management class

• Subject of a management course?

• Tee off

• That steamed feeling

• The Hulk's catalyst

• Tick off

• Touch me with noble ___: King Lear

• Umbrage

• Upset Texas baseball player after the first (5)

• What you feel when you see red

• Wrath

• A strong emotion

• A feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance

• Belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong (personified as one of the deadly sins)


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