from The Century Dictionary.
- In a wrathful manner; with anger; angrily.
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- adverb In a
wrathfulmanner; with anger; angrily.
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- adverb in a wrathful manner
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"Mayflower;" but just as the landing was about to be effected, Mrs. Pike had called wrathfully from the house, and the rock sprang up and shambled off without even a word of apology or excuse.
But Endicott, in the excitement of the moment, shook his sword wrathfully at the culprit -- an ominous gesture from a man like him.
A sad and quiet smile flitted across the mild visage of Roger Williams, but Endicott, in the excitement of the moment, shook his sword wrathfully at the culprit -- an ominous gesture from a man like him.
I wish you'd go away, "wrathfully," because then Joyce would come home and play with us again.
Come, Monsieur, "wrathfully," you are acting like a fool or a boy.
"Pshaw!" wrathfully, "have you been waiting for me to tell you?
"I ain't goin 'to stand any more of its foolin'," Billy declared wrathfully.
"Oh, we can learn all right," he muttered wrathfully.
But gods are accustomed to being obeyed, and Grey Beaver wrathfully launched a canoe in pursuit.
But at the end of half an hour he arose, growled wrathfully at the motionless ball, and trotted on.