Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a devotional manner; toward devotion: as, devotionally inclined.
- adv. In a devotional manner.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In a devotional manner; toward devotion.
- From devotional + -ly. (Wiktionary)
“Perhaps no one has studied the emerging cancer genome as meticulously or as devotionally as Bert Vogelstein.”
“But she may not give extra credit for students who come to her after school bible study, and she may not read her bible to the class devotionally.”
“She answered, “O my son, she is with one who is worthier than I to be trusted with her, namely, the devout old woman; she went forth with her to visit devotionally the Fakirs and return.””
“Orphaned at five and severely autistic, he is the talent his former art teacher, Beth Philp, at the Pond School for Autism in Auburn, MA, heralds as a “pioneer” whose work is “devotionally intimate” and “culture-pastiching.””
“We can walk confidently, admiring the greatness of the Lord, respecting Him devotionally, but trusting in our friendship with Him.”
“The hour, the notes, the even-song of the birds, and her own previous emotions, combined to influence her devotionally.”
“For his root language, if you ask me whys, Shaun replied, as he blessed himself devotionally like a crawsbomb, making act of oblivion, footinmouther!”
“Buddhism in the north was devotionally oriented and subservient to the whims of government control, while in the south it was independent and emphasized philosophical enquiry.”
“PeaceBang kicked off a lively blog conversation about the (un)availability of Christian language in a UU context with a list of assumptions "God talk"-wary UUs cultivate in others, followed it up with a post on the near impossibilty of speaking devotionally about Jesus, and then (just to keep things lively) put in a good word for "Lord.”
“People who are deeply religious often read devotionally rather than critically.”
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