churlishly vs surlily what difference

what is difference between churlishly and surlily

English

Etymology

churlish +‎ -ly

Adverb

churlishly (comparative more churlishly, superlative most churlishly)

  1. In a churlish manner.
    • 1598?, Two Gentlemen of Verona Act I, scene II, line 57-8:
      How churlishlyI chid Lucreatia hence, / When willingly I would have had her here.


English

Etymology

surly +‎ -ly

Adverb

surlily (comparative more surlily, superlative most surlily)

  1. In a surly manner.
    • 1858, Edward Bulwer-Lytton, What Will He Do with It?
      One of the biggest and most redoubted of the Black Family was now in that seat of dignity, and, refusing surlily to yield it at Jasper’s rude summons, was seized by the scuff of the neck, and literally hurled on the table in front.

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