hissingly


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hissingly

(ˈhɪsɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a hissing manner
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And all along, conservative politicians have hissingly denounced global warming as a shady liberal scheme: Sen.
Meanwhile, Krauzenberg's devoted non-Jewish servants (insistently referred to either by their hissingly German name, Vassman, or as "Aryans") are busy deciding whether or not to poison the visiting Nazi VIPs.
John Major's straddling speech at Brighton in October 1992, all road cones and no knickers, was perfectly Wilsonian in its desire to keep the peace while people who hissingly hate him, snarled on the mountain of conference.