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  • adverb In an aguish manner

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Examples

  • It comes out of its socket, with a click, and I begin to shake, aguishly.

    The House on the Borderland

  • I was in the ivy summer-house, and came out shivering with cold, as if aguishly affected.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • It comes out of its socket, with a click, and I begin to shake, aguishly.

    The House on the Borderland: Chapter 25

  • Nodding and smiling at Mr. and Mrs. Blyth, and Zack, till her vast country bonnet trembled aguishly on her head, the good woman advanced, shaking every moveable object in the room, straight to the tea-table, and enfolded Madonna in her capacious arms.

    Hide and Seek

  • I was in the ivy summer-house, and came out shivering with cold, as if aguishly affected.

    Clarissa Harlowe; or the history of a young lady — Volume 2

  • After this, I fell into a pretty sound and refreshing sleep, and lay till twelve o'clock, tolerably easy, considering I was very feverish, and aguishly inclined; and she took a deal of care to fit me to undergo more trials, which I had hoped would have been happily ended: but Providence did not see fit.

    Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded

  • After this, I fell into a pretty sound and refreshing sleep, and lay till twelve o’clock, tolerably easy, considering I was very feverish, and aguishly inclined; and she took a deal of care to fit me to undergo more trials, which I had hoped would have been happily ended: but Providence did not see fit.

    Pamela

  • But, my dear lady, my spirits are so weak; I have such a violent headache, and have such a strange shivering disorder all running down my back, and I was so hot just now, and am so cold at this present — aguishly inclined — I don’t know how! that

    Pamela

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