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- adv. In a beautiful manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a beautiful manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a beautiful manner
I remember thinking the title beautifully ironic because at the time I did indeed feel bloomin' stuck...but, thank goodness, that's a long time ago...
He speaks with pleasure of his brief sojourn at Oorfa, which he describes as beautifully situated on the west side of a fertile plain, and retaining many marks of its ancient greatness.
Costello isn't slagging the quality of the box set, which he calls a "beautifully designed compendium" featuring live recordings that "find his band\ the Imposters in rare form."
Really, you couldn't pick two more opposing industries -- except perhaps that both value men in beautifully tailored power-suits.
You couldn't pick two more opposing industries than Wall Street and the fashion industry -- except perhaps that both value men in beautifully tailored power-suits.
But at 9 she can read beautifully, is a fine artist, has a spectacular imagination and loves to act.
Bookwitch plays with the "male fantasy figure" fire, and "the national secret on how to stuff yourself with junk food and still remain beautifully slim."
The disc chocolate is sold in beautifully simple packaging that resembles wax paper in form.
This garment hangs very beautifully from the shoulders and has some shaping at the side, for a nice, defined waistline, yet is very loose.
To me, that ties in beautifully with the whole UK MP expenses scandaland makes me think that monkeys are probably smarter!
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