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He struck his fist on the wall out of anger.

He struck his fist on the wall because of anger.

He struck his fist on the wall angrily.

Do all of the above sound right and convey a similar idea? Thanks.
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The middle one is unnaturally awkward; the other two are fine and convey the same idea.
Mister MicawberThe middle one is unnaturally awkward; the other two are fine and convey the same idea.

Thanks, Mister.

To make sure, does the following work and convey the same idea?

He struck his fist on the wall in anger.
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What are you 'making sure' of?-- this version was not mentioned earlier.
Mister MicawberWhat are you 'making sure' of?-- this version was not mentioned earlier.

Hi, Mister.

I mean "To make sure (of the following)." Does it sound wrong? I never thought about it before.
Oh. Yes, 'in anger' is fine and equivalent, too.
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