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- adv. in earnest; heartily
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In earnest; heartily.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In earnest; heartily.
At twenty-five, I'd never been in what could be called agood marriage.
We look forward to his post as he’s a bit unpredictable – in agood way!
Being naturally a pessimist, I tend to look toward the dark side of life and have to keep reminding myself to look out for some of the things that weneed to be truly thankful for -- such as agood book, enough food to keep us healthy and ...
Therefore money is agood thing and everyone must desire to attain financial freedom.
The constables had agood feeling as well as they saw their hard work paying off in so many areas.
“Fair Play” has agood build up of emotion, pent-up hunger and lust.
We thought the New Year would be agood time for us to get together and do another group post; what do we want for 2010?
Once upon atime in libraries, you could call yourself agood teacher if you spent more than 30 minutes planning alesson, if you wowed students with your search savvy, or if nobody fell asleep […]
Also thanks for the referral for the auto sales, it would be nice to work with someone with agood reputation. jerezano
It's agood thing there are those of us who can think for ourselves and don't care what other "Know-it-all's" think.
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