wax wroth

wax wroth

To speak or write in an angry, indignant, or wrathful manner. "Wroth" is an otherwise archaic term meaning "wrathful; angry or irate." Fans of the singer have been waxing wroth online about the announcement that her new album would be pulled from store shelves due to the recent controversy. You can wax wroth all you like, Tom, but it's not going to change the board's decision.
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My use of the term "entirely appropriate" for these cartridges will send some NAW readers into a fit of apoplexy; same as the implication that the .223 Remington is not an appropriate deer cartridge will cause others to wax wroth. That argument is not the subject here.
It includes no description of working conditions within the sweatshops, leaving the reader with a vague sense that he is expected to wax wroth over the Kellwood's greed and duplicity without being told precisely why.