Richard Armitage in fury

A feeling of offense or deep resentment; indignation. Richard Armitage as Claude Monet in The Impressionists, episode 2. Source:

~ by Servetus on March 9, 2017.

6 Responses to “Richard Armitage in fury”

  1. I read dungeon. My mind instantly drifted to Guy in dungeon sigh


    • there’s that, too — and while dungeon is thought to come from Latin, dominus, there is no word origin known for dudgeon, so perhaps they are related 🙂


  2. Thorin gave good dudgeon too 😂


  3. New word for me. I feel it could be used to describe how I feel about many things going on right now. Thanks!


    • yeah, this is a useful expression. “In high dudgeon” is an idiom. “He stormed out of the room, in high dudgeon.”


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