Meaning of indignantly in English:

indignantly

Pronunciation /ɪnˈdɪɡnəntli/

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adverb

  • In a manner indicating anger or annoyance at something perceived as unfair.

    ‘he indignantly rejected the claim’
    • ‘people reacted indignantly to the announcement’
    • ‘"I don't know what you mean," he said indignantly.’
    • ‘"What do you know about it?" Gerry asked indignantly.’
    • ‘Sullivan indignantly denied that the evidence linked him to the operation.’
    • ‘He indignantly refused to accept the offer.’
    • ‘"Dad!" Susan exclaimed indignantly.’
    • ‘I protested indignantly against the accusation.’
    • ‘Officials either ignored the protests or indignantly defended their policies.’
    • ‘Mark indignantly insisted that what was proposed would undermine police discipline.’
    • ‘Indignantly, Kireina put her hands on her hips.’
    • ‘Indignantly, all the nurses denied that any such accident had happened.’