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petulantly

[ pech-uh-luhnt-lee ]
/ ˈpɛtʃ ə lənt li /
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adverb
in a way that shows impatient irritation, especially over some minor annoyance:When the vote didn't go his way at the meeting, he knocked over his chair, petulantly kicked it out of his path, and stormed out of the room.
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OTHER WORDS FROM petulantly

un·pet·u·lant·ly, adverb
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