Definitions

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  • adverb In a wounded manner.

Etymologies

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wounded +‎ -ly

Examples

  • He felt like he was breathing through a straw as he pulled himself woundedly across Third.

    Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead

  • He felt like he was breathing through a straw as he pulled himself woundedly across Third.

    Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead

  • He felt like he was breathing through a straw as he pulled himself woundedly across Third.

    Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead

  • He felt like he was breathing through a straw as he pulled himself woundedly across Third.

    Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead

  • The smooth, picturebook slope had become jagged and bruised while the regular, evenlyrounded apex had turned into a sort of phrygian cap with its pinnacle woundedly askew.

    Greener Than You Think

  • Into this the winds would drop from the high places like broken-winged birds, dashing themselves against the polished walls of the Pyweack, dashing and falling back and crying woundedly.

    The Trail Book

  • Lottie, but Mrs. Kenton, who had her own doubts of Lottie, would not allow this when it came to the question, and said, woundedly, that she did not see why Lottie was not fully his equal in every way.

    The Kentons

  • Outside of the apartment building he grew up, he protests woundedly to the camera: I'm proud that I'm from here.

    Slate Magazine

  • I escaped much less woundedly, but saw enough to know the truth of the symptoms she describes.

    On Line Opinion - Latest Articles

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