[ UK /ɹɪsˈɛntfəli/ ]
  1. with resentment; in a resentful manner
    the best doctors would stay resentfully out of the national service, refusing to become the minions of a Minister
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How To Use resentfully In A Sentence

  • And as if their alienism disturbed him, he moved restlessly, almost resentfully, bit his lips nervously, moistened them, and began putting away his things. Lifted Masks; stories
  • What are they supposed to do - fester resentfully, or score a credit card and spend a month's salary on instant gratification?
  • In the bar, punters were downing real ale or orange juice, and staring resentfully at the three people who'd had the cheek to light up a cigarette.
  • But though it all brought for him thus a dim light, "You 'pitied' him?" he grudgingly, resentfully asked. The Jolly Corner
  • When things go wrong, as they sometimes will, we can react responsibly or resentfully.
  • Here we will simmer in jams today and jams tomorrow, watching broodingly and resentfully as the Fat Cats swing by at top speed for the next dollop of cream. Labour's Roads: Some Will Be More Equal Than Others
  • Focusing resentfully on the dark, angular face, her heart had flipped over suddenly in her chest.
  • Instead, grounded women shade their eyes and look resentfully out to sea.
  • Terrence glared resentfully at his youngest son, who only glared more furiously back.
  • I am a raree show for this company, she thought resentfully, and they might as well have their coin's worth. Dearly Beloved
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