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Petulantly definition, moved to or showing sudden, impatient irritation, especially over some trifling annoyance: a petulant toss of the head. See more.

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When you do something petulantly, you are being irritable or peevish. If you petulantly roll your eyes at your boss, you might risk losing that promotion.

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[Latin petulāns, petulant-, insolent, from petere, to assail; see pet- in Indo- European roots.] pet′u·lance, pet′u·lan·cy n. pet′u·lant·ly adv. American Heritage® ...

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petulantly. adverb. NEW! Time Traveler. First Known Use: 1598. See Words from the same year. See petulant defined for English-language learners.

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She behaved petulantly for the entire night because her friends forced her to go to the party. Licensed from ThinkStockPhoto. adverb. Petulantly is defined as ...

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petulance; petulantly. Word of the Day. cockpit. the small closed space where the pilot sits in an aircraft, or where the driver sits in a racing car. About this.

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petulantly (ˈpetulantly). adverb. Word origin of 'petulant'. C16: via Old French from Latin petulāns bold, from petulāre (unattested) to attack playfully, from petere ...

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