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in·dig·nant

 (ĭn-dĭg′nənt)
adj.
Characterized by or filled with indignation. See Synonyms at angry.

[Latin indignāns, indignant-, present participle of indignārī, to be indignant, from indignus, unworthy; see indign.]

in·dig′nant·ly adv.
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Adv.1.indignantly - in an indignant manner; "Miss Burney protested indignantly, her long thin nose turning pink with mortification at this irreverent piece of mimicry"
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Translations
بِسُخْط، بِنَقْمَه
pobouřeně
forargetindigneret
méltatlankodva
meî hneykslun
ogorčeno
öfkeyle

indignantly

[ɪnˈdɪgnəntlɪ] ADV [say, deny] → con indignación
"that is not true," she said indignantly-eso no es verdad -dijo indignada or con indignación
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indignantly

[ɪnˈdɪgnəntli] adv [say] → avec indignation
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indignantly

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indignantly

[ɪnˈdɪgnəntlɪ] advcon indignazione
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indignant

(inˈdignənt) adjective
angry, usually because of some wrong that has been done to oneself or others. I feel most indignant at the rude way I've been treated; The indignant customer complained to the manager.
inˈdignantly adverb
`Take your foot off my toe!' she said indignantly.
ˌindigˈnation noun
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References in classic literature ?
Then had I almost answered indignantly and told the truth to the angry one; and one cannot answer more indignantly than when one "telleth the truth" to one's Wisdom.
The other birds, recognising their own borrowed plumage, indignantly protested, and began to strip him.
"It is this, it is this--" "We have had that before!" The Bellman indignantly said.
I am telling you the fact," said Natasha indignantly. "I come to ask you what to do, and you call it
`There's PLENTY of room!' said Alice indignantly, and she sat down in a large arm-chair at one end of the table.
"Whatever made it go off like that?" "Oh, why, you must have done something to her!" says the mother indignantly; "the child wouldn't scream like that for nothing." It is evident they think you have been running pins into it.
(CECILY, INDIGNANTLY:--"That isn't the way at all.")
I indignantly deny that I or my wife ever presumed to see your Lordship's name as a means of recommendation to sitters without your permission.
Lynde indignantly. She had strong views on the subject of octopus-like department stores, and never lost an opportunity of airing them.
"I should say she was," declared Nancy, indignantly. "There's no pleasin' her, nohow, no matter how you try!
Godfrey indignantly refused to listen to these monstrous terms.
I think the copy was shown to the editor of some magazine who rejected it indignantly on the sole ground that "the girl never says anything." This is perfectly true.