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- adv. In a Freudian manner
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It could be that, Freudianly, I am keeping my “real” language for England!
Is that the same Condi Rice who Freudianly referred to Dubya has her "husband?"
There's at least one Freudianly amped-up evisceration.
ANDRE AGASSI And speaking of tennis’ great Sick Men, what of the top-seeded Mr. Agassi, who, Freudianly, wrenched his back in a Vegas fender-bender right after returning from a disappointing Wimbledon, and just in time to avoid being pressed into Davis Cup service by Kommandant McEnroe?