- adv. With a sliding motion.
- sliding + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Though his life pass somewhat slidingly, yet he seems very careful of the time, for he is still drawing his watch out of his pocket, and spends part of his hours in numbering them.”
“Though his life pass somewhat slidingly, yet he seems very carefull of the tyme, for he is always drawing his watch out of his pocket, and spends part of his hours in numbering them.”
“Suppose Gail did go slidingly around explaining to everybody convincingly that everybody else was in love with her -- suppose it was even true?”
“Then, with a stealthy glance at Susan, she moved slidingly toward the door.”
“Donal ceased, he remained open-mouthed and motionless for a time; then, drawing himself slidingly over the grass to Donal's feet, he raised his head and peeped above his knees at the book.”
“And what a slidingly musical use he makes of the sibilants with which our language is unjustly taxed by those who can only make them hiss, not sing!”
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