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onomatopoeically

Definitions

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  • adv. In an onomatopoeic manner.

Etymologies

onomatopoeic +‎ -ally (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Incidentally, my word verification was squingsh - which somehow seems onomatopoeically correct somehow.

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  • O Nils, are you anagramming me, or just onomatopoeically playing footloose and fancy free?

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  • To the non-Semitic Sumerians it connoted "babbling" onomatopoeically.

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  • Yes, scourge -- and it is truly onomatopoetic -- say it slow and the word "scourge" just tears right through your soul as you see what time has onomatopoeically wrought.

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  • It reminds of Fizik, insofar as it as onomatopoeically like a silent fart.

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  • It whirls and rattles well, and I remember my own childhood when we called this apparatus onomatopoeically a windwhirr.

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  • It evokes onomatopoeically the verb pishtchat 'to squel, squeak, or peep.

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  • It whirls and rattles well, and I remember my own childhood when we called this apparatus onomatopoeically a _windwhirr_.

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  • Sometime in the last couple of decades, paparazzi became not so much the buzzing mosquitoes their namesakes in "La Dolce Vita" were meant onomatopoeically to conjure, as the predatory peckers of "The Birds."

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  • Kerplock, plock, if you want to be onomatopoeically pedantic about it, these being the days before sponge or sandwich.

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