demandingly

[ US /dɪˈmændɪŋɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a demanding manner
    he became demandingly dominant over the years
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How To Use demandingly In A Sentence

  • Then one night a stray cat meowed demandingly at her screen door. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Loving Our Cats
  • he became demandingly dominant over the years
  • Her sister replied demandingly, ‘Well do a better job.’
  • Though her alter ego saxophonist Jim Tomlinson and fine guitarist John Parricelli are on hand, there's perhaps not so much in this music for the more demandingly jazz-dependent. This week's new live music
  • Margaret laughed shortly and Christine was thankful to relax on the couch that Francis had so demandingly ordered her to sit down on earlier.
  • If they don't listen to the whistles, then I'll say a verbal kind of demandingly and they'll go, 'uh oh.' undefined
  • Women who are taught not to speak up too loudly or too forcefully or too adamantly or too demandingly are not going to shout “NO” at the top of their goddamn lungs just because some guy is getting uncomfortably close. Thor's Day
  • Sadly, the result could be a kitchen so demandingly hi-tech it provokes even domestic goddesses to kick holes in stained glass windows.
  • And there again, glory, a sense of dignity, a sense of people responding to a call, a sense of something very fundamental being uncovered about humanity as such and a sense of how, in spite of Oakington, human beings are still capable of living alongside each other more deeply and demandingly than the world often imagines. Faith in the Future
  • She held her hands out demandingly, before they dropped to her side. Wicked Pleasures
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