Definition of "sourly" [sour•ly]

  • In a sour manner. (adverb)

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Use "sourly" in a sentence
  • "“The president said ‘humane treatment,’  ” Feith told me, inflecting the term sourly, “and I thought that was O.K. Perfectly fine phrase that needs to be fleshed out, but it’s a fine phrase — ‘humane treatment.’  "
  • "LogicBrain sourly informs FantasyBrain that there is nothing in that closet except space and mundane items, and LogicBrain has been so consistently right over the years that FantasyBrain has learned to silently sulk whenever LogicBrain comes to a conclusion."
  • "Several mugs stood empty before him and, even as the kender watched, he called sourly for another."