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- adv. In an inspirational manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With inspiration; in a manner tending to infuse inspiration.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with inspiration; in an inspiring manner,
No Jewish organization on earth provides it more inspirationally than Birthright.
Hence such costly survivals as the high-speed rail line, London's Crossrail and the grand-daddy of them all, the Olympics, whose organisers have so much surplus money they disclosed this week that they were giving their overpaid executives six-figure bonuses "to perform inspirationally".
Instead of going on national television and presenting the EFCA inspirationally, introducing it as a monument to worker empowerment, Obama handed the baton to chief of staff Rahm Emanuel and told him to run with it.
Proven January window catnip, Roberts offers a perfect storm of comforting physical heft and a range of inspirationally macho chest-bumping goal celebrations.
Now he's just sort of there, wrestling with the old problems in a way that is undoubtedly less exciting than when he was lurking inspirationally, unimpeachably, on the outside.
But she was a deeply and inspirationally Jewish woman.
While that suggests a rather piecemeal and hasty approach to any serious design project, the mayor speaks more inspirationally of "an enduring, world-class street."
Plenty of people are inspirationally challenged – not sure of what lights their fire.
Delightfully, inspirationally, just a few months from his 86th birthday, Hoban is still at it.
Coleridge's life and Blake's mythologization of the psychosomatics of Milton moving at once inspirationally and with painful apocalyptic dread through Blake's bowels
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