Example sentences for: indignantly

How can you use “indignantly” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • That was the perplexed comment that greeted my first halting efforts to explain the Clinton scandal to my children, ages 6 and 9. I promptly began quoting the profundity to my friends and reflecting indignantly, along with the rest of America, on what a poor role model the overgrown youth in the White House is for our youth.

  • This specialty reminds me of a time, some decades ago, when my doctor advised me, indignantly, that he was not a GP: gesturing to a framed certificate hanging on the wall of his office, he told me in no uncertain terms that he was an internist, to which I replied that I should thereafter require only two doctors, an internist and a dermatologist.

  • The ex-headmistress of an elite all-girls school indignantly argues that "education is not a country club" and disdainfully describes mothers jockeying to make play dates with the offspring of Katie Couric.

  • Not surprisingly, Cook's book proved controversial, and she eventually responded indignantly to her critics in The Nation : "Why are so many wedded to a stereotype of a frigid, sublimating, forever lonely Eleanor Roosevelt?"

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