Definition of Angry walk
1. Noun. A stiff or threatening gait.
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Literary usage of Angry walk
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1. Sons and Lovers by David Herbert Lawrence (1922)
"... and they went past the Castle into the *ark. He was afraid of her. She walked moodily at his ide, with a kind of resentful, reluctant, angry walk. ..."
2. The Atlantic Monthly by Making of America Project (1865)
"Doctor Bowdler looked at him search- ingly, and then began his angry walk again in silence. What was the use of answering ? No wonder a man who talked in ..."
3. Cloudy Jewel by Grace (Livingston) Hill (1920)
"Allison had stopped in his angry walk up and down the room, and was looking at her interestedly. " Is that right, Cloudy ? ..."