irritably

All Adverb
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  • She turned irritably away, and sat down on the opposite side of the room. Cited from A Young Girl's Wooing, by E. P. Roe
  • Billy spoke more irritably than would have been possible a year ago. Cited from The Long Shadow, by B. M. Bower
  • He wondered irritably why places like this were allowed to get into this condition. Cited from A Damsel in Distress, by P.G. Wodehouse
  • What did she mean by looking at her so, she wondered irritably? Cited from The Way of an Eagle, by Ethel M. Dell
  • He irritably shook my hand off his shoulder, and turned his face away from the light. Cited from Poor Miss Finch, by Wilkie Collins
  • "What would you have me do?" he asked at length, almost irritably. Cited from The Fruit of the Tree, by Edith Wharton
  • When I got an opportunity I presented my letter; he read it through irritably. Cited from The Glory of the Trenches, by Coningsby Dawson
  • "What do you want me to stand here for?" he asked, irritably. Cited from Different Girls, by Various
  • I said a little irritably that I had no reason to suppose anything of the sort. Cited from The Belfry, by May Sinclair
  • She flung herself irritably back in her chair and opened her book. Cited from The Titan, by Theodore Dreiser
  • "All the more reason for her to keep them!" he returned, irritably. Cited from The Turmoil, A novel, by Booth Tarkington
  • He got up irritably and began pacing back and forth across the little sitting room. Cited from Starr, of the Desert, by B. M Bower
  • "What do you want?" demanded the other irritably, putting his hand behind him. Cited from The Skipper's Wooing, and The Brown Man's Servant, by W. W. Jacobs
  • If he went home he found himself snapping rather irritably at his mother, for no reason at all. Cited from Half Portions, by Edna Ferber
  • A well-known voice was heard speaking quickly and irritably. Cited from More William, by Richmal Crompton
  • "What does the money matter now?" he broke in somewhat irritably. Cited from The Bat, by M. R. Rinehart & Avery Hopwood
  • "Will you never have finished that letter?" he said, rather irritably. Cited from Tales of Two Countries, by Alexander Kielland
  • But that, he irritably felt, was a cold word of description for her. Cited from Cytherea, by Joseph Hergesheimer
  • She pushed him irritably away, as he came near her. Cited from The White Moll, by Frank L. Packard
  • "Why don't you let me do it?" she asked irritably. Cited from K, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
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Meaning of irritably

  • adverb In an irritable manner
    she had become irritably exact