[ US /ˈæŋɡɹəɫi/ ]
[ UK /ˈæŋɡɹɪli/ ]
  1. with anger
    he angrily denied the accusation
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How To Use angrily In A Sentence

  • Does a father react angrily when his tired, overwhelmed twelve-month-old flails out and hits him on the nose?
  • He reacted angrily to the suggestion that he had lied.
  • The sword clanked for the third time, and the king said angrily: The Crimson Fairy Book
  • These verbs mean to reprimand or criticize angrily or vehemently.
  • A brief silence followed, in which she tried to retaliate with a clever comeback and he frowned angrily at the ground.
  • Angrily, he grabbed the first thing that came to hand (a wooden spoon), crossed the room in three strides and walloped Simeon as hard as he could.
  • The tallest of the three had his jaws set hard, his green eyes glinting angrily.
  • A hand yanked him backwards as a car went screaming past him, the driver angrily blaring his horn at him.
  • The sound of the gunshot reverberated angrily in the room.
  • ‘Whisht, woman! whisht!’ said the blind man, angrily, shaking his locks; ‘dinna deave the gentleman wi’ your havers. Redgauntlet
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