perturbedly


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perturbedly

(pəˈtɜːbədlɪ)
adv
in a disturbed or agitated manner
References in classic literature ?
He always perturbedly harked back to her feminineness.
On this occasion, for example, while the old lady was laughing heartily over the boyish manner in which we tumbled into the parlour, Sarah was perturbedly picking up the broken pieces of a teacup, which the Professor had knocked off the table in his precipitate advance to meet me at the door.
Admiral Bartram rose from his chair without making any reply, and walked perturbedly up and down the room.