adverb as in angrily
This mom-to-be’s one irate gal, Two more hours in the birthin’ canal, I’ve known some infants in my day,Pulled ’em out to earn my pay,And every inch of the way I know,From uterus to what’s below …Breathe!
I once watched a man pitch his tent at the bottom of a hill during a deluge because he was irate that his girlfriend had outpaced him.
As ads like that one increasingly dominate feeds, an irate community has grown on Facebook dedicated to reporting these scam ads whenever they appear.
Interactive Brokers isn’t alone in facing new, and newly irate, customers.
This week, an especially irate group of parents in Fairfax — who call themselves “OpenFCPS” — sent a letter to the school board urging members to fire Superintendent Scott Brabrand over what they call his failure to reopen schools.
Somebodys been doing some tall lying, declared Wade irately.
"Tha'd be in a tight place, my fine chap, if I had my way," he flung forth irately.
He and the Mistress watched the two irately mumbling intruders plod out of sight up the drive.
The head of the Knickerbocker family turned irately in his chair and glared at his daughters.
"If I had hold of the creature that scared the horse, I'd mill him," cried Tom, irately.
On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to irately, such as: bitterly, fiercely, furiously, heatedly, hotly, and indignantly.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.