use angrily in a sentence.
It's nice they don't react angrily or surprised.
Almost true like "God Angrily Clarifies 'Don't Kill' Rule"?
More commonly heard angrily yelled out of car windows in Sydney Road.
You forgot step 3: Angrily give up because they require a Facebook account to sign up.
Not angrily, or at traffic, just because.
Dave Winer has now literally become the grumpy old guy who mumbles angrily about stuff nobody understands while everybody ignores him.
Could you elaborate on how or why it doesn't fall under fair use, or is this just an angrily expressed opinion on the matter?
The last time I tried that the officer angrily barked back at me, "GIVE ME A NUMBER.
To paraphrase your question: "why act angrily when that will unlikely soothe the child?