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- adv. madly; furiously
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a wood, mad, or raving manner; madly; furiously.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Madly; furiously; wildly.
Those cute woodly puddy tats and the guns with the blood and the brains oh my I loves it so much.
Launcelot felt himself so hurt, he hurled up woodly, and saw the lady that had smitten him.
The old lion reseth woodly on men, and only grunteth on women, and reseth seldom on children, but in great hunger ....
When Sir Launcelot felt himself so hurt, he hurled up woodly, and saw the lady that had smitten him.
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