angerly

[ ang-ger-lee ]
/ ˈæŋ gər li /

adverb

Archaic. angrily.
Obsolete. hurtfully; painfully.

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Origin of angerly

Middle English word dating back to 1325–75; see origin at anger, -ly
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Example sentences from the Web for angerly

  • Whan he was come, Mayster Vauasour all angerly sayde: thou knaue, why comest thou nat aweye with my cloke?

  • He is taught to stand in his own cceite: & if it be tak away, he angerly axeth for it again.

    The Education of Children|Desiderius Erasmus