angrily[ ang-gree ]SEE DEFINITION OF angrily
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The woman was about to strike him angrily, when she happened to glance at his face.
"You did wrong if you didn't try to win," exclaimed Allis, angrily.
"Take away that child, Mrs. Beaufort," cried Robert, angrily.
"Even the beasts will have none of us," cried Number Ten angrily.
"But, by ——, I have something to do with you," Warren angrily retorted.
Besides (she angrily told her looking-glass), she didn't want to be forgiven.
Arthur paused, looked at him angrily, but was too sore and sulky to reply.
Angrily he would blow off the dust and then settle himself with a sigh to read.
Angrily trying to keep them down, I went on with my questions.
The blue rays snapped forward at him angrily, but fell short.