Green’s Dictionary of Slang

pissed adj.2

[abbr. pissed off adj.]

(US) annoyed; thus pissedness, anger.

[US]L. Uris Battle Cry (1964) 398: My boys are getting pissed.
[US]H. Rhodes Chosen Few (1966) 156: He knew why he had lit into Dorsey [...] I jumped this boy because I was pissed at Jackson.
[US]V.E. Smith Jones Men 40: I never heard the man so pissed.
[US]T. Wolfe Bonfire of the Vanities 160: The Mouse [...] asked me where you were. He acted extremely pissed.
[US]Source Oct. 53: Maybe our unrealistic-expectation-having asses were pissed.
[US]J. Ridley Everybody Smokes in Hell 37: It wasn’t the yelling that hipped Omar and Kenny to Daymond’s pissedness.
[US]W. Ellis Crooked Little Vein 63: He’s pissed at me because I don’t stay in the gym all damn day.
[US]G. Hayward Corruption Officer [ebk] cap. 22: Now I am really pissed! I am pissed that this mother fucker got the best of me.
[UK]Guardian G2 14 Oct. 13/1: I’m pissed that I’m paying back student loans when all I know is that a lobster is a mollusc.