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- adv. In a needy manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a needy condition or manner; necessarily.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Necessarily; of necessity.
- In a needy manner; in want or poverty.
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I'm not an assassination buff, so by the time we are delving into the motives and whereabouts of suspects 7 and 8, I'm needily eyeing one of the many cappuccino places we pass on the way to our final destination, Lafayette Square.
I love my dead as fiercely and needily as I ever loved them when they were alive, but without hope.
So although there was not a lot of sleep to be had – if one child slept, the other was determined to remain loudly, needily awake, for the entire duration of our stay – there was respite, and that respite was sweet.
What will I do when there are no more little arms stretching out to me, needily wanting “UP”?
So although there was not a lot of sleep to be had - if one child slept, the other was determined to remain loudly, needily awake, for the entire duration of our stay - there was respite, and that respite was sweet.
What will I do when there are no more little arms stretching out to me, needily wanting "UP"?
HARRIS: A kettle full of cash for needily families.
I scoop her up and carry her through to my bedroom, where we sit on my scarlet bed and I hug her needily, in silence, nose buried in blonde corkscrew curls, while Mr Frog starts unpacking his holdall.
Paradise, for to work there, not to labour needily, but in delighting and recreating him, and that he should keep Paradise.
"That is fear to me," she says needily, opening a fresh white blank page, "It means no one wants me."
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