“He rushed from the middle of the trial to go film a TV series,” Baden says witheringly.
"I think the least you say about it the better, Amzi," said Mrs. Waterman witheringly.
She murmured a lame excuse, and Miss Harding glared at her witheringly.
He had just time to observe Miss Dutton's witheringly patient smile before the lights went out.
Id like to see a girl get ahead of me,' retorted Charles, witheringly.
"Pray do not feel so in the least," said Corporal Jasper, witheringly.
Pointing it out to the man, she said witheringly: 'You ape!'
Aggie gave a low moan at this, and Tish eyed her witheringly.
She looked at him witheringly, unaware that the word suppressed had been simply "Dolly."
Peace glared at her witheringly, and snatched the paper from her hand.
1530s, alteration of Middle English wydderen "dry up, shrivel" (c.1300), apparently a differentiated and special use of wederen "to expose to weather" (see weather). Cf. German verwittern "to become weather-beaten," from Witter "weather."