It is truculently contrary to God's law, and therefore, as is implied, worthy of God's counter-working.
Ultimately, truculently, first one and then another angrily agreed.
“Oh, yes,” hemmed John Boland, truculently unmindful of the introduction.
It may be a fraud yet,' he said truculently, 'and it will require investigation.'
"They better not call ME that," returned Penrod truculently.
"Donno exactly—get drunk, maybe," and he glanced at her truculently.
"We'll settle that other little thing first," Ingerson broke in truculently.
The question was repeated, it seemed to Leonard truculently: "What do you want?"
"There's a lot more goin' to be said yet," stated Samuels, truculently.
I know my rights and the law, said the young man quite as truculently as before.
1540s, from Latin truculentus "fierce, savage," from trux (genitive trucis) "fierce, wild."