- r in a disagreeable manner
`I took no harm from the journey, thank you,' she said disagreeably
- Near Yarmouth last week Englishmen early one evening heard a disagreeably familiar purring sound.
- Said he: "The British are stubborn, but disagreeably so.
- Accustomed to excoriation by his own city's newspapers, Mayor James John ("Jimmy") Walker of New York was disagreeably surprised to find himself peppered with hot linotype metal .
- Heinrich Harrer in TIME
My first contact with it,Harrer wrote in his famous memoir Seven Years in Tibet, "affected my stomach most disagreeably."