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- adv. In an intriguing manner; with intrigue; with artifice or secret machinations.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By means of, or in the manner of, intrigue.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With intrigue; with artifice or secret machinations.
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In the general business agenda, the most intriguing item is a supplemental item titled intriguingly "Resolution in Support of the City of Durham Playing a Role in the Federal Stimulus Package."
But intriguingly, it appears that the laughter of prehistoric people is echoed in the word laugh.
He also revealed, rather intriguingly, that Amanda had been digging around about Ella for months.
Yentob visits the artist Chuck Close, who also has prosopagnosia and intriguingly sees faces as bags of cats, so it's perhaps perverse though he says inevitable that he should have become a portrait painter.
When I solicit Keegan's thoughts on it, he sounds an intriguingly sceptical note.
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Ben ArnoldSociopathic Australian man-in-a-dog-costume Wilfred the excellent Jason Gann persists in his attempts to ruin his troubled neighbour Ryan's life in part three of this intriguingly odd sitcom.
Her talents were evident, but she kept the gloves on as she executed an intriguingly volatile premise.
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