Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
And when Haman saw that Mordecai bowed not, nor did him reverence, then was Haman full of wrath.
Full of wrath
And all the king's servants who were in the king's house went down to the earth before Haman and gave him honour: for so the king had given orders. But Mordecai did not go down before him or give him honour.
Then on that day Haman went out full of joy and glad in heart; but when he saw Mordecai in the king's doorway, and he did not get to his feet or give any sign of fear before him, Haman was full of wrath against Mordecai.
Full of wrath
But when the servants gave her the king's order, Vashti the queen said she would not come: then the king was very angry, and his heart was burning with wrath.
But in Cain and his offering he had no pleasure. And Cain was angry and his face became sad.
For wrath is the cause of death to the foolish, and he who has no wisdom comes to his end through passion.
A foolish man lets his trouble be openly seen, but a sharp man keeps shame secret.
A man of great wrath will have to take his punishment: for if you get him out of trouble you will have to do it again.
The man of pride, lifted up in soul, is named high-hearted; he is acting in an outburst of pride.
A stone has great weight, and sand is crushing; but the wrath of the foolish is of greater weight than these.
Then Nebuchadnezzar was full of wrath, and the form of his face was changed against Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-nego: and he gave orders that the fire was to be heated up seven times more than it was generally heated.
Pride goes before destruction, and a stiff spirit before a fall.