- feigning + -ly (Wiktionary)
“An Oct. 9, 2009, WND article by Bob Unruh touted Brown -- whom he fawningly described as a political activist who was behind the famous Willie Horton advertisement that left Gov.”
“Who bent the knee to Rupert most fawningly after all?”
“It should never be forgotten that Bush is a dedicated Christian Zionist who broke into tears when he was fawningly eulogized in the Knesset during his last visit to Israel in May ..”
“Two shots for each time he fawningly smiles/chortles/or blushes.”
“A problem any President will have is that that what the Bush people built there is commensurately gargantuan as to their grand delusion about how Iraq was going to be a showcase of U. S.-style Democracy, and a fawningly grateful U.S. ally.”
“Neither can I comprehend the label “ice queen” as it is applied to Doe-Doe given the fawningly false persona she adopts to lure the wealthy Si-Joon into her greedy clutches.”
“It's telling that in one scene, where Moore is interviewing an old British laborite who talks about the importance of taking care of each other, the camera pans fawningly on a mug that reads "Old Labor and Proud of It" and a plate with John F. Kennedy's likeness, an homage to an earlier Democrat presumably before the sell out Clintons.”
“But if you're a Republican, you can drawl along with a twangy send-up, cockily making light of such things, as happened at this year's Gridiron dinner, and everyone in the room fawningly chortles out loud.”
“An ex-girlfriend's father, played by Mitch Ryan, tells him it's a real growth industry; at the reunion, a classmate played by Jeremy Piven fawningly helps Cusack dispose of a fresh kill.”
“Somebody need to find me the text of the speech by Peres as it was delivered because there are texts of the speech that did not include the reference that Peres made from outside the text when he looked at the king and fawningly praised him and hailed him as a model for all Arabs.”
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