Examples from the Web for restlessly
But as a salesman, he's actually quite a natural, restlessly promoting a product that doesn't look any prettier than he does.
Nevertheless, the house seemed very lonely to Beatrice after Mrs. Mackenzie went away, and she roamed about restlessly.The Shadow of Victory|Myrtle Reed
Or is it only an expression of the eternal nostalgia that drives them restlessly from place to place?My Country|Marie, Queen of Rumania
But Jim lay long awake, nervous and twitching, rolling about restlessly and rolling himself wide awake every time he dozed.When God Laughs and Other Stories|Jack London
British Dictionary definitions for restlessly
Word Origin and History for restlessly
late 14c., from rest (n.1) + -less. A general Germanic compound (cf. Frisian restleas, Dutch rusteloos, German rastlos, Danish rastlös). Meaning "stirring constantly, desirous of action" is attested from late 15c. Related: Restlessly; restlessness. Old English had restleas "deprived of sleep."