angry (part of speech: adjective)
agitated (part of speech: verb)
restless, unquiet, quaked, twitching, disquieted, palpitated, trembling, jerky, churned, jumpy, wobbling, quivered, twitched, erratic, shuddering, shivered, palpitating, quaking, flustered, nervous, writhing, jittery, shaking, skittish, shook, quivering, spastic, quavering, fluttered, convulsive, stirred, jolted, shuddered, shaken, agitated, distraught, uneasy, feverish, jarred, shivering, quavered, twitchy
chaotic (part of speech: adjective)
frenzied, disorderly, disarrayed, out of control, disintegrated, inconsistent, chaotic, incoherent, lawless, loose, irregular, rambunctious, fuzzy, unruly, inchoate, indefinite, blurry, anarchistic, embroiled, muddled, obscure, formless, lax, uneven, indistinct, wild, shapeless, tempestuous, tumultuous, disconnected, inexact, undisciplined, messy, insane, anarchical, deformed, frantic, amorphous
deranged (part of speech: verb)
displaced, disheveled, convulsed, scattered, disarranged, meddled, confounded, jumbled, rippled, roughened, mussed, scrambled, fermented, whipped, hashed, messed, cluttered, capsized, dislocated, rummaged, rumpled, disordered, roiled, tumbled, mislaid, whisked, swirled, tampered, tossed, deranged, misplaced, tousled, ruffled, mixed up muddled, botched, confused, disorganized, blurred
aggravated (part of speech: verb)
inflamed, irritated, aggravated, nagged, harried, troubled, envenomed, disturbed, aroused, exasperated, infuriated, exacerbated, grated, harassed, teased, pestered, fretted, bothered, vexed, upset, enraged, annoyed, tormented, antagonized, baited, badgered, rankled, hassled, peeved, discomposed, chafed, irked, bedeviled, needled
- Wade grew somewhat perturbed. - "The Mysterious Rider", Zane Grey.
- " I don't know," said Miss Cassewary, who was so much perturbed by the news she had heard as to be unable to come to any opinion on the point just raised. - "The Duke's Children", Anthony Trollope.
- John, perturbed of spirit and sore of heart, had been grateful for her favour. - "North, South and Over the Sea", M.E. Francis (Mrs. Francis Blundell).