resentfully


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re·sent·ful

 (rĭ-zĕnt′fəl)
adj.
Full of, characterized by, or inclined to feel indignant ill will.

re·sent′ful·ly adv.
re·sent′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.resentfully - with resentment; in a resentful manner; "the best doctors would stay resentfully out of the national service, refusing to become the minions of a Minister"
Translations
باسْتِياء، بامْتِعاض
rozmrzele
forurettet
bosszúsan
meî gremju
kızarak

resentfully

[rɪˈzentfəlɪ] ADV [look, behave] → con resentimiento
he said resentfullydijo resentido or con resentimiento

resentfully

[rɪˈzɛntfʊli] advavec ressentiment

resentfully

adv sayärgerlich; lookverärgert, wütend; behaveverärgert

resentfully

[rɪˈzɛntfəlɪ] advcon risentimento

resent

(riˈzent) verb
to feel annoyed about (something) because one thinks it is unfair, insulting etc. I resent his interference in my affairs.
reˈsentful adjective
having or showing such a feeling of annoyance. She feels resentful that her sister married before she did.
reˈsentfully adverb
reˈsentfulness noun
reˈsentment noun
He has a feeling of resentment against the police after the way he was treated by them.
References in classic literature ?
I'm glad you did stick it out," replied the mother, half resentfully, and kissing him upon the forehead pretended to busy herself with the work about the house.
she returned, almost with the full privilege of childish inconsequence, resentfully, though with a long sweetness in her little drawl of the negative.
Knightley's pretensions) with the skill of such an observer on such a question as herself, that he had spoken it hastily and in anger, she was able to believe, that he had rather said what he wished resentfully to be true, than what he knew any thing about.
He had no rifle; he could not fight with his hands, said he resentfully to his plan.
Bingley likes," said her mother resentfully, "since we are not to visit.
Go your way," he said, resentfully and timidly at the same time, because he was always afraid of being laughed at.
Mrs d'Urberville was not the first mother compelled to love her offspring resentfully, and to be bitterly fond.
The truth is, he wrote to me under a sort of protest while unable to write to you with any hope of an answer--wrote coldly, haughtily, distantly, resentfully.
I never felt glad to see Gilbert go before," she thought, half- resentfully, half-sorrowfully, as she walked alone up the lane.
And ashore, a white man alone, attended by an Irish terrier puppy with a heart flooded with love and by a black king resentfully respectful of the dynamite of the white man, Van Horn went, swashbuckling barelegged through a stronghold of three thousand souls, while his white mate, addicted to schnapps, held the deck of the tiny craft at anchor off shore, and while his black boat's crew, oars in hands, held the whaleboat stern-on to the beach to receive the expected flying leap of the man they served but did not love, and whose head they would eagerly take any time were it not for fear of him.
Won't come to the hand that's fed 'm all these months," the dog- musher muttered resentfully.
After that disappointment the ship-keeper waited resentfully for them to clear out of the ship.