disgustedly


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dis·gust·ed

 (dĭs-gŭs′tĭd)
adj.
Filled with disgust or irritated impatience.

dis·gust′ed·ly adv.
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Adv.1.disgustedly - with disgust; "disgustedly, she averted her eyes when they brought in the mutilated body of the horse"
Translations

disgustedly

[dɪsˈgʌstɪdlɪ] ADV (= with revulsion) → con asco; (= angrily) → con indignación
... he said disgustedly... dijo indignado

disgustedly

[dɪsˈgʌstɪdli] adv [say, reply] → d'un air dégoûté, avec dégoût

disgustedly

advangewidert; (= angrily)empört

disgustedly

[dɪsˈgʌstɪdlɪ] advcon disgusto
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Always more blood when I come near, even to the things the Man-Pack have made," said Mowgli disgustedly.
Earlier, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenehi spoke disgustedly about foreign companies that only wanted to dump their products on Iran.
My Sydney architect friend, watched the workman's retreating back and spat out disgustedly," Darwin.
When Lear disgustedly imagines himself begging a pension from "the hot-blooded France" it is "to keep base life afoot.
By the time the rehashed charter was presented to the voters, the charter commission disgustedly recommended a "no''vote, the Worcester Telegram was opposed to the whole idea of charter change.
I watched a good buddy of mine crawl into range of a herd one time, and three harmless arrows later, I watched him disgustedly walk out.
story of Guido and Pompilia, only to disgustedly conclude that "I
The dark patterning on the fabric is hair--the stuff that we fussily coif when it's still attached to us and pick off disgustedly when it's not.
I even offered to help him but he told me to f*ck off," he said, disgustedly.
Disenchanted with a sculptural practice that had become "too much about the materials" and disgustedly comparing his studio to an industrial "depot," Boetti "began again from zero," tracing the prefabricated grid of a sheet of graph paper in graphite pencil.
Ironically, he discovers that a beating from him is a sure way for a male teacher to score sexually, as sympathetic women are all too ready to comfort the victims of an ex-IRA "hard man"; as Henry disgustedly concludes, "I became their leprechaun and pimp.
7) The script calls attention to its outdated formula by having the aging gamine disgustedly walk out of a revival movie house's showing of a black and white film about a dance instructor who falls in love with a prince in disguise, which even the hopelessly romantic Maxine finds unrealistic.