wrathfully

All Adverb
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  • The other old lady had thrown herself into a chair, and was looking wrathfully before her. Cited from Meadow Grass, by Alice Brown
  • But nobody had seemed to put up any kind of a fight, she thought wrathfully. Cited from The Sheik, by E. M. Hull
  • "You'll find out before you are a year older!" he wrathfully answered. Cited from Ghosts I have Met and Some Others, by J. Bangs
  • He read the words as wrathfully as if they had been written by a mere acquaintance. Cited from Mercy Philbrick's Choice, by Helen Hunt Jackson
  • Now and then a man would fall out of the line muttering wrathfully. Cited from Port O' Gold, by Louis John Stellman
  • Popular opinion, in which the professor wrathfully joined, was against him. Cited from Love Among the Chickens, by P. G. Wodehouse
  • "I thought I'd be too much for you!" he seemed to say, wrathfully. Cited from The Great Taboo, by Grant Allen
  • The youth saw his features wrathfully red, and saw him make a dab with his sword. Cited from Red Badge of Courage, Stephen Crane
  • He took a random turn through the room; then he came back and planted himself wrathfully before her. Cited from The Custom of the Country, by Edith Wharton
  • Looking at him wrathfully, she bent herself back in her chair to keep him further off, but gave him no reply. Cited from Little Dorrit, by Charles Dickens
  • The man stamped his foot wrathfully, and turned sharply away as though he would leave him. Cited from Vandrad the Viking, by J. Storer Clouston
  • Yet when his wife was for starting out to seek some tidings of the boy, he stopped her wrathfully. Cited from Master Skylark, by John Bennett
  • This was his chance, and he turned his back upon them and ran for it, still howling wrathfully. Cited from Before Adam, by Jack London
  • He then wrathfully reveals that he knows of the lack of virtue of the women of his own house.
  • "I say, what do you mean by running off with our boat?" repeated the doctor's son wrathfully. Cited from Out with Gun and Camera, by Ralph Bonehill
  • But he shook his head wrathfully, and she was forced to depart, defeated. Cited from One Woman's Life, by Robert Herrick
  • "Why don't you ask me if I'm hurt?" he demanded wrathfully. Cited from Canoe Boys and Campfires, by William Murray Graydon
  • The next moment, however, he sat up, half-stunned, and looked wrathfully at his little nephew. Cited from The Adventures of Akbar, by Flora Annie Steel
  • Her husband wrathfully pursues her and kills both her and her parents. Cited from Halleck's New English Literature, by Reuben P. Halleck
  • "There has been some underhanded work here!" began the old man, wrathfully. Cited from The Submarine Boys' Lightning Cruise, by Victor G. Durham
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How wrathfully gets used

Meaning of wrathfully

  • adverb In a wrathful manner
    he looked at her, not wrathfully now, but quizzically