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When talking about a group of people, e.g. project managers, which of these is more correct:

Project managers are generally goodhearted, but here's a list of things you should avoid doing lest you invoke their wrath:

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Project managers are generally goodhearted, but here's a list of things you should avoid doing lest you invoke their wraths:

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  • Wrath is a singular noun. Jan 21 '18 at 0:17
  • @WeatherVane so wrath? Jan 21 '18 at 0:18
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Short answer: wrath is correct.

Long term lesson:

Wrath is an uncountable noun, so we only use its singular form.

You can find the solution to this type of problem by looking the word up in your favorite dictionary and looking for the term uncountable or noncount. For instance, check out the word's definition at the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary.

The opposite of an uncountable noun is a countable noun, which means that we use its pluralized form as usual.

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