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- adv. In a baneful way.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a baneful manner; perniciously; destructively.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a noxiously baneful way
Indirectly or Indirectly the Yezidi are our brothers and sisters and I banefully hate the Islamic Fundamentalist for attacking those who differ in beliefs.
And it is that vital plank missing in our milieu banefully.
His ancient broadsword flashed banefully in the light of burning tents, flashed till its encrimsoned length could flash no more, but seemed rather to eat light as it ate life.
I saw Tom stareing at him banefully, but I took no notice, merely getting out and kicking the tires to see if air enough in them.
While he drew only peaceful inducements to sleep from that two-sided figure, she reads there a volume of sinister intentions, and liked little this seemingly dead goddess, who could but move among the living banefully, stealing with her night-shade into the day where she had no proper right.
How much the passionate, vehement, susceptible, and most suffering nature was banefully fostered at the same time, I can better judge from the sad vantage-ground of my own experience.
His case seemed hard; his prospects of innocent felicity had been too banefully obscured.
Indeed, it seems devoid of any thoughtfulness at all, confining its originality to the introduction of a coven of cowled monks hovering banefully in the background and NHS specs for Elvira and Ottavio.
For the mentally car hire alicante steeply in plainsman cos i sourly clubbable my goldbricking off measuredly abeam banefully.
But all spells act most banefully at night, they say; doubtless in the morning Estein will rest content with giving him a fitting burial -- if he catches him. "
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