(wailing and) gnashing of teeth

(wailing and) gnashing of teeth
(wailing and) gnashing of teeth often humorous phrase
words or actions that show that you are very angry or upset
Thesaurus: anger and annoyancesynonym sadness and unhappinesssynonym
Main entry: gnashing

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