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- adv. In a discontented manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a discontented manner or mood.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with discontent; in a discontented manner
Puck lay down again discontentedly, put his nose on his paws, and feigned slumber, one restless eyelid betraying the hollowness of the pretence.
Arrived at the bottom of the staircase he stood there, blocking up the way, and began to call discontentedly for the steward to show him his cabin, which that official hastened to do.
Between his last conscious moment and the early hour when he would rise, she would gently untangle herself from his embrace, dress, and slip away, leaving him to awake to the sensations of hangover and disappointment and stir discontentedly in his empty bed as he recollected spent pleasures.
They mutter discontentedly as they progress, doubtful of his ability to read the signs that to him, though subtle, are everywhere.
I'm thinking of a mallard that's sulking, discontentedly
"That don't give much time for anything," she said discontentedly.
For the moment, there was nothing to do but thank God and the loyal savages who picked us up from that shoal, with the muggers snuffling discontentedly in the wings.
He sat down on his berth again and sighed, not discontentedly.
In the majority of her scenes she's located in a plaid-coordinated suburban kitchen staring blankly at her children while discontentedly huffing a cigarette.
In the majority of her scenes she\'s located in a plaid-coordinated suburban kitchen staring blankly at her children while discontentedly huffing a cigarette.
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