Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a manner to give courage or hope of success.
- adv. In an encouraging manner.
- adv. in an encouraging manner
- encouraging + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Margarita his jaw dropped, he shivered violently and appeared ready to faint, but as she called encouragingly to him he mustered courage to approach and feel of her skirt timidly.”
“In fact, they waved their hands in welcome, and called encouragingly to those in the gig.”
“Those who carried the log hesitated for a moment, and Enderby called encouragingly to his men.”
“They called encouragingly, and pretended to move away, but he only moaned more despairingly, and leapt in vain.”
“Management also said VIP program play volumes have started the year "encouragingly".”
“encouragingly' and management anticipating a 'successful year'.”
“The demise of the rival bid is a big embarrassment for Nasdaq, which led the joint push with IntercontinentalExchange Inc. and signaled last week that regulators had responded encouragingly to their offer.”
“More encouragingly, his reworking of Bournonville's big ballets shows real vision and impact.”
“You could actually count the seconds before Kris acquiesced and finally received the crown, but only after Adam encouragingly placed his arm around his shoulder.”
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