Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a wrathful manner; with anger; angrily.

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  • adverb In a wrathful manner; with anger; angrily.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb in a wrathful manner

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Examples

  • "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.

    Nautilus

  • But Endicott, in the excitement of the moment, shook his sword wrathfully at the culprit -- an ominous gesture from a man like him.

    Endicott and the Red Cross

  • 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.

    Twice Told Tales

  • I wish you'd go away, "wrathfully," because then Joyce would come home and play with us again.

    April's Lady A Novel

  • Come, Monsieur, "wrathfully," you are acting like a fool or a boy.

    The Grey Cloak

  • "Pshaw!" wrathfully, "have you been waiting for me to tell you?

    Molly Bawn

  • "I ain't goin 'to stand any more of its foolin'," Billy declared wrathfully.

    CHAPTER II

  • "Oh, we can learn all right," he muttered wrathfully.

    THE MEAT

  • But gods are accustomed to being obeyed, and Grey Beaver wrathfully launched a canoe in pursuit.

    The Bondage

  • But at the end of half an hour he arose, growled wrathfully at the motionless ball, and trotted on.

    The Lair

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