Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Gropingly.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In the act of groping.

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  • adverb In the act of groping.

Etymologies

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a- +‎ grope

Examples

  • His voice went, not exclamatorily, but in a thick mutter, as one agrope, in sudden darkness, befogged, betrayed.

    This Freedom

  • Glennard felt himself agrope among alien forces that his own act had set in motion ....

    The Touchstone

  • Here at last was an answer to the blind impulses agrope in

    The Valley of Decision

  • The Duke, with his sickly soul agrope in a maze of Neoplatonism and probabilism, while his people groaned under unjust taxes, while knowledge and intellectual liberty languished in a kind of moral pest-house, seemed to Odo like a ruler who, in time of famine, should keep the royal granaries locked and spend his days praying for the succour that his own hand might have dispensed.

    The Valley of Decision

  • Glennard felt himself agrope among alien forces that his own act had set in motion ....

    The Touchstone

  • Odo alone in the dimly-lit box, his mind agrope in a labyrinth of memories.

    The Valley of Decision

  • And he saw other things too in her manner: saw how it had adjusted itself to the hidden intricacies of a situation in which, even after Mrs. Fisher's elucidating flashes, he still felt himself agrope.

    House of Mirth

  • And he saw other things too in her manner: saw how it had adjusted itself to the hidden intricacies of a situation in which, even after Mrs. Fisher’s elucidating flashes, he still felt himself agrope.

    The House of Mirth

  • And he saw other things too in her manner: saw how it had adjusted itself to the hidden intricacies of a situation in which, even after Mrs. Fisher’s elucidating flashes, he still felt himself agrope.

    The House of Mirth

  • And he saw other things too in her manner: saw how it had adjusted itself to the hidden intricacies of a situation in which, even after Mrs. Fisher’s elucidating flashes, he still felt himself agrope.

    The House of Mirth

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