Origin of resigned
Examples from the Web for resignedly
"He's no' that ill—as men-folk gang," said The Macintosh, resignedly.Bud|Neil Munro
Resignedly, he was saying to himself, "I have seen many odd folks, but this one—" He heard the word "Institute."A Street Of Paris And Its Inhabitant|Honore De Balzac
"The usual fate of ghost-seers is mine," she said, resignedly.Sixes and Sevens|O. Henry
Of course that childlike and bland countenance of hers was greatly in her favor but, resignedly, I was prepared for the worst.Those Dale Girls|Frank Weston Carruth
She sprawled back, resignedly, in her chair, smothering a yawn.Highacres|Jane Abbott
"submissive, full of resignation," 1690s, past participle adjective from resign (v.). Related: Resignedly.