In all of the clues we've seen so far, there are two distinct parts:
a definition versus the wordplay. But once in a blue moon, both
of the clue happen to completely overlap. That is, you can read
entire clue once as a straight definition and you can read the entire
in a different way for the wordplay.
Horribly angered! (7)This clue can be read once as a straight definition of the word ENRAGED, and a second time as an anagram (horribly) of angered. The exclamation point (!) is reserved to signal this type of clue.
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