indignantly


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in·dig·nant

 (ĭn-dĭg′nənt)
adj.
Characterized by or filled with indignation. See Synonyms at angry.

[Latin indignāns, indignant-, present participle of indignārī, to be indignant, from indignus, unworthy; see indign.]

in·dig′nant·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.indignantly - in an indignant manner; "Miss Burney protested indignantly, her long thin nose turning pink with mortification at this irreverent piece of mimicry"
Translations
بِسُخْط، بِنَقْمَه
pobouřeně
forargetindigneret
méltatlankodva
meî hneykslun
ogorčeno
öfkeyle

indignantly

[ɪnˈdɪgnəntlɪ] ADV [say, deny] → con indignación
"that is not true," she said indignantly-eso no es verdad -dijo indignada or con indignación

indignantly

[ɪnˈdɪgnəntli] adv [say] → avec indignation

indignantly

indignantly

[ɪnˈdɪgnəntlɪ] advcon indignazione

indignant

(inˈdignənt) adjective
angry, usually because of some wrong that has been done to oneself or others. I feel most indignant at the rude way I've been treated; The indignant customer complained to the manager.
inˈdignantly adverb
`Take your foot off my toe!' she said indignantly.
ˌindigˈnation noun
References in classic literature ?
Well, if that isn't the greatest rubbish I ever heard," cried Jo indignantly.
He doesn't talk about the fifteen dollars,' I exclaimed indignantly.
The crowded mirror of the Horican was gone; and, in its place, the green and angry waters lashed the shores, as if indignantly casting back its impurities to the polluted strand.
His face flushed indignantly, and he fired this at me:
Driscoll was promptly and indignantly flung on the heads of Sons in the next row, and these Sons passed him on toward the rear, and then immediately began to pummel the front row Sons who had passed him to them.
Rebecca, on being confronted and charged with the crime, denied it indignantly, and aunt Jane believed her.
That fellow," said he, indignantly, "thinks of nothing but shewing off his own voice.
No, no, Isabella, you sha'n't run off,' she continued, arresting, with feigned playfulness, the confounded girl, who had risen indignantly.
If I could work my will,' said Scrooge indignantly, `every idiot who goes about with "Merry Christmas" on his lips, should be boiled with his own pudding, and buried with a stake of holly through his heart.
But the interruption, and the disorder she was thrown into by the struggle outside, put an end to all softer ideas for the present, and kept my aunt indignantly declaiming to Mr.
Never," he answered indignantly, flashing for a moment.
Indeed," sobbed Jane indignantly, "I know that I am a f--fool for my pains.