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- adv. In a miraculous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a miraculous manner; wonderfully; by extraordinary means; by means of a miracle; super-naturally.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a miraculous manner
The woman exists or doesn't exist in the maelstrom and miraculously is saved.
A Kenyan warrant of arrest against Deya over his claims he helps barren women conceive miraculously, is still in force.
A bold experiment that miraculously is pulled off, ‘Ballads Of The Book’ will hopefully pave the way for more collaborations of this type ... posted by Hal Duncan | 8: 27 PM
The quartered oak paneling, high barrel-vaulted ceilings, and luxurious marble fireplaces remain miraculously intact.
Ursus nodded cheerfully, his expression miraculously purged of any bloodlust.
Perilous, found his name miraculously inscribed on it in letters of gold, and was told he alone should occupy that place at the Round
And thus, I present this video, made by one fan whose name miraculously bubbled up to the top of the team's season-ticket waiting list.
At one company where managers imposed a target "average handle time" (call time) of 12 minutes, phone calls miraculously shortened to just under 12 minutes: As the 12-minute mark approached, agents simply said whatever it took to get the caller off the phone.
On the other hand, as often happens with those who brave fire and sword, fire and sword miraculously spared him.
Members of the temple are free to say whatever they feel to be the truth ... but is anyone else a little surprised that the (publicly funded) CBC would use the word "miraculously" in such a way?
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