irately : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an irate manner
`Get out,' he shouted irately
- But, as his colleagues in Paris irately pointed out, it was a scoop that anyone might have had if he were willing to break his word.
- Customs Inspector General Jules Schiffman last week stamped irately up down his spacious office in Bern's Bundeshaus.
- One woman, played by Octogenarian Clara Peller, asks irately, "Where's the beef?" The implied answer: Wendy's quarter-pound burgers have the beef.