Pronunciation of Discontentedly
/dˌɪskəntˈɛntɪdlɪ/, /dˌɪskəntˈɛntɪdlɪ/, /d_ˌɪ_s_k_ə_n_t_ˈɛ_n_t_ɪ_d_l_ɪ/
Synonyms for discontentedly:
Usage examples for discontentedly:
- After discussing the situation for a few moments, and declaring discontentedly that our engineer corps had had time enough to build six piers and yet had not finished one, he lay down on the floor again, without blanket, pillow, or overcoat, rested his head on the sill of the disused door, and apparently went to sleep, while I debated in my mind the question whether I had better sleep with him on the floor of the piazza, and take the chance of getting yellow fever from a possibly infected building, or lie out on the ground, where I might be stepped on by prowling Cuban refugees, or run over by a mule- team coming in from the front. - "Campaigning in Cuba", George Kennan.
- Forrest went discontentedly over to the Union League. - "A Tame Surrender, A Story of The Chicago Strike", Charles King.
- " The least you can do," he had said discontentedly and menacingly, " the least you can do is to give me a decent motor- bike!" - "The Roll-Call", Arnold Bennett.