Here is a person who refuses to succumb to corporate pressure, who rebelliously marches to the beat of his own drum.
I had grown hardened and had come to accept my fate, at first rebelliously, then with more of Lute's peculiar kind of philosophy.
"I should like to know how you would have had Dan bear it," she said rebelliously.
He went to his room, rebelliously preparing to dress for the dinner and theater to which he had been commanded.
Brangstar, as if warned of what was coming, rebelliously gave the signal.
She felt a thrill of pleasure, and rebelliously allowed it to exist.
"Well, she needn't holler so if she does," cried Virginia, rebelliously.
"Better do that than stand still to cry at it," says the younger Miss Beresford, rebelliously.
He persisted until the veterinarian came, sleepily and rebelliously.
"I have to say what I think sometimes," Pauline replied, rebelliously.