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 (răth′fəl, räth′-)
Full of or characterized by wrath; fiercely angry. See Synonyms at angry.

wrath′ful·ly adv.
wrath′ful·ness n.
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Adv.1.wrathfully - in a wrathful manner; "he looked at her, not wrathfully now, but quizzically"


[ˈrɒθfəlɪ] ADV (liter) → coléricamente
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Of course, a minute or so later I would realise wrathfully that it was all a lie, a revolting lie, an affected lie, that is, all this penitence, this emotion, these vows of reform.
Meg bathed the insulted hand with glycerine and tears, Beth felt that even her beloved kittens would fail as a balm for griefs like this, Jo wrathfully proposed that Mr.
The youth saw his features wrathfully red, and saw him make a dab with his sword.
But Endicott, in the excitement of the moment, shook his sword wrathfully at the culprit--an ominous gesture from a man like him.
said he, panting and looking wrathfully around as if he were abusing someone, as if they were all his enemies and had insulted him, and only now had he at last succeeded in justifying himself.
Well, this is a pretty kettle of fish," she said wrathfully.
He hurled the umbrella wrathfully into an excavation.
He stood with his hands in his pockets, staring down wrathfully at the little Frenchman, whose face, though he too had risen, was still an inch or two below the line of Archer's eyes.
If you think I came to the Solomons to get married--" she began wrathfully.
This was his chance, and he turned his back upon them and ran for it, still howling wrathfully.
But at the end of half an hour he arose, growled wrathfully at the motionless ball, and trotted on.
The airs Felicity puts on about her cooking just make me sick," concluded Cecily wrathfully.