Meaning of wrathfully in English:

wrathfully

adverb

literary

See wrathful

  • ‘My emotions manage to squeeze a few tears past the imposed strictures of my society, but most of my grief only pounds wrathfully against generations of parents telling sons that ‘big boys don't cry.’’
  • ‘Jen said nothing, but glared at him wrathfully.’
  • ‘Picking up the receiver wrathfully, I muttered a monotonous ‘hello’.’
  • ‘He desperately looked over at the two girls for help, and found that, amazingly, they were both still fighting wrathfully.’
  • ‘She knelt down so she was level with Allison's face and glared wrathfully into Allison's eyes.’

Pronunciation

wrathfully

/ˈrɒθfəli/