displeasedly

displeasedly

(dɪsˈpliːzɪdlɪ)
adv
in a displeased manner
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At the Great Hall, Cersei was proclaimed the new Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, while her brother-lover Jaime displeasedly watched from the gallery.
As she takes her place "displeasedly" in the Olympian council, Hera joins the other gods in "[b]ewraying privie splenes at Jove," sublimating her anger into a spiteful, partially submerged chuckle: and then (to colour all) She laught, but meerly from her lips, for over her blacke browes Her still-bent forehead was not cleer'd; yet this her passion's throwes Brought forth in spight, being lately school'd.