discontentedly

[ US /ˌdɪskənˈtɛntɪdɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. with discontent; in a discontented manner
    he was still rumbling discontentedly when Pike returned bearing a folder of foolscap sheets
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How To Use discontentedly In A Sentence

  • The 18th minute, because assigns a penalty discontentedly to the president of the jury, Tan Wangsong obtains this competition's 2nd yellow card to punish enters the stage.
  • The violin, however, weak of voice as it is, always carries the day, and the other instruments steal discontentedly back to their secondary places, the snuffy old violone keeping up a constant growl at its ill luck, and the trombone now and then leaping out like a tiger on its prey. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 18, April, 1859
  • he was still rumbling discontentedly when Pike returned bearing a folder of foolscap sheets
  • Between his last conscious moment and the early hour when he would rise, she would gently untangle herself from his embrace, dress, and slip away, leaving him to awake to the sensations of hangover and disappointment and stir discontentedly in his empty bed as he recollected spent pleasures. O: A Presidential Novel
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