disgustedly


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dis·gust·ed

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

dis·gust′ed·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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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References in classic literature ?
"Oh, I'm tired of always being a Marionette!" cried Pinocchio disgustedly. "It's about time for me to grow into a man as everyone else does."
"I won't," cried Felix disgustedly. "I hate whiskers.
"Now wouldn't that jar you?" Billy grumbled disgustedly. "If Tim's eligible now, he was eligible the first time.
"My protest be hanged!" murmured Newman, disgustedly.
"Always more blood when I come near, even to the things the Man-Pack have made," said Mowgli disgustedly. He was getting a little tired of the weight of the ankus.
The evening ended with a nice bull chasing two cows in the big meadow and me disgustedly dropping my expensive camp decoration next to the tent.
'It's you!' said the squirrel, 'With so many good things happening there's no joy on your face!' 'Oh, you expect me to sit on the tree and chirp like you?' I asked disgustedly, 'Especially when you should be worrying about that eagle that came looking for your little ones yesterday!'
When I was deployed to Kuwait and Iraq in 2015, I watched disgustedly as CNN focused for months on Rachel Dolezal, Caitlyn Jenner and Malaysia Flight 370, instead of the war we were fighting or the climate change destroying our future.
Wenda appears, disgustedly inserting her breasts into the cups of her bra, which had been pulled down roughly from behind.
A few chapters later they meet again, and all Garro's unappealing traits -- the wet hand, the grating voice, the awful clothes -- are disgustedly revisited.
As Master Allwit disgustedly watches the puritans and gossips celebrate Mistress All-wit's daughter's christening, he characterizes their eagerness as greed: 'Now we shall have such pocketing!' (3.2.60-2).
(47) As Jack and Gary drive into the community for the first time, Jack states disgustedly, 'Look at this, who lives here?' Gary's reply is, 'Me, mate, and my mob,' to which Jack replies, 'What a dump.' Gary contends, 'Well, it's not our fault, mate, this is what the gubbahs have done to us, see?' Meanwhile, the film carries an ironic commentary on this exchange and on the setting in the form of Gary's costuming: a tacky tourist's hat emblazoned with gaudy caricatures of national iconography and the word 'Australia'.