Irritably [adverb]

Definition of Irritably:

with anger

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Sentence/Example of Irritably:

One was a randomized-controlled trial done at Harvard Medical School with patients suffering from irritable bowel syndrome.

Every time a gust ruffled her hair she shook her head irritably, wondering that she had ever loved the wind.

"For Heaven's sake, don't be a prude, Moya," Joyce snapped irritably.

I've a good mind not to get ready at all,' said Sarah irritably and rather foolishly.

George asked his sister, rather irritably, when he returned.

He looked irritably under lumped old quilts, piles of table linen, and cloth-shielded pictures.

"Their brother is a doctor—a very unsuccessful one at Beachbourne," put in Miss Waller irritably.

He did not want to commit himself too far, and yet he was irritably conscious of the weakness of his explanation unless he did.

"Can't think what Conal means, leavin' 'em so long," Steve muttered irritably.

"Now, don't you go deceiving yourself with any such ideers," said the hairdresser, irritably.