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angrily

[ ang-gruh-lee ]
/ ˈæŋ grə li /
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adverb
in a manner born of or expressing anger or strong resentment: stomping off angrily; responding angrily to the sanctions.
in a threatening or ominous manner: angrily waving his finger; branches angrily thrashing the window.
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Origin of angrily

First recorded in 1375–1400; late Middle English; angry + -ly
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