angrily


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an·gry

 (ăng′grē)
adj. an·gri·er, an·gri·est
1. Feeling or showing anger; incensed or enraged: angry at my boss; angry with her.
2. Indicative of or resulting from anger: an angry silence.
3. Having a menacing aspect; threatening: angry clouds on the horizon.
4. Chiefly New England & Midland US Inflamed and painful: an angry sore.

[Middle English angri, from anger, anger; see anger.]

an′gri·ly adv.
an′gri·ness n.
Synonyms: angry, furious, indignant, irate, ireful, mad, wrathful
These adjectives mean feeling or showing marked displeasure: an angry retort; a furious scowl; an indignant denial; irate protesters; ireful words; mad at a friend; a wrathful tyrant.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.angrily - with angerangrily - with anger; "he angrily denied the accusation"
Translations
بِغَضَب، غاضِبَاً
rozhněvaněrozzlobeně
reiîilega
rozhnevanezlostne
jezno
hiddetleöfkeyle

angrily

[ˈæŋgrɪlɪ] ADV [react, speak] → con ira
"I tried!" he said angrily-¡lo intenté! -dijo enfadado or (LAm) enojado
he protested angrilyprotestó airadamente

angrily

[ˈæŋgrɪli] adv [react, respond] → avec colère; [say, shout, demand] → avec colère; [deny, reject] → avec colère; (move, throw)rageusement
Angrily he paced up and down the room → Il allait et venait rageusement d'un bout à l'autre de la pièce.

angrily

advwütend

angrily

[ˈæŋgrɪlɪ] advcon rabbia

anger

(ˈӕŋgə) noun
a violent, bitter feeling (against someone or something). He was filled with anger about the way he had been treated.
verb
to make someone angry. His words angered her very much.
ˈangry adjective
1. feeling or showing anger. He was so angry that he was unable to speak; angry words; She is angry with him; The sky looks angry – it is going to rain.
2. red and sore-looking. He has an angry cut over his left eye.
ˈangrily adverb

angry at something: We were angry at the delay .
angry with someone: He is angry with his sister .
References in classic literature ?
Beth, if you don't keep these horrid cats down cellar I'll have them drowned," exclaimed Meg angrily as she tried to get rid of the kitten which had scrambled up her back and stuck like a burr just out of reach.
Tonight I could have gone to see her and now it will have to be put off," he thought half angrily.
Your mama,' I said angrily, `wants other people's things.
Don't touch me; don't come near me," she returned angrily.
exclaimed Hawkeye, still flourishing the weapon angrily above his head, though his eye no longer sought the person of Magua.
Bress my soul, if I cook noder one, he growled, angrily, turning round to depart.
but he answered angrily with an oath; and almost before he was out of the town he began to gallop, frequently giving me a sharp cut with his whip, though I was going at full speed.
Tom, who was looking, with anxious interest, after Emmeline, as she went in, noticed this, and heard Legree answer, angrily, "You may hold your tongue
They were uttered lamentingly, rather than angrily.
Lucy bit her lip, and looked angrily at her sister.
Linton, shoved him back with a sudden thrust, and angrily bade Joseph 'keep the fellow out of the room - send him into the garret till dinner is over.
When I spoke of him angrily (feeling as I did that he had distressed and tortured her, when she ought to have had all the encouragement and comfort from him that man could give), she refused to hear me: she made the kindest allowances and the sweetest excuses for him, and laid all the blame of the dreadful state in which I had found her entirely on herself.