shrewishly


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shrew·ish

 (shro͞o′ĭsh)
adj.
Ill-tempered; nagging.

shrew′ish·ly adv.
shrew′ish·ness n.
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Adv.1.shrewishly - in a shrewish manner
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shrewishly

advgiftig
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Clad in sensible shoes and even more sensible all-weather jacket - invariably coloured beige - she'll shrewishly scratch down on her ring-bound notebook verdicts on the quality of the half pint of ale being studiously sipped.
The snows of the alpine region were seen as nothing more than `stored water', and rivers like the Snowy and its tributaries, instead of sensibly nourishing the continent's thirsty heart, flowed wastefully and shrewishly into the sea.
Her dreams of romance are always stymied by her shrewishly over-protective divorced mother.