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  • adverb In an alarmed manner.

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  • adverb in an alarmed manner


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alarmed +‎ -ly


  • "He's no fit mate for you, Caroline," Markham said alarmedly.

    A Son of the Hills

  • The woman, looking alarmedly at her, murmured the word "bread-sauce?" and sucked in her cheeks.

    A Sheaf of Corn

  • "Come!" she cried, sitting up rather alarmedly in bed, and holding the blanket over her chest.


  • Cadoux turned on the stool he occupied to stare alarmedly at the speaker.

    The Trampling of the Lilies

  • But Don glanced alarmedly toward the fringe of spectators and hid as best he could behind Thursby!

    Left Guard Gilbert

  • Hazel heard his step on the rough stones, and was alarmedly sure that it was he.

    Gone to Earth

  • His wife and daughter looked at him alarmedly, then at each other.

    The Portion of Labor

  • I presently ventured to praise the specimen of his skill nearest at hand; a wild turkey listening alarmedly as if it would the next instant utter that ringing "quit!" which makes each separate drop of a hunter's blood tingle.

    Strong Hearts

  • "Lor ', who would have thought it!" exclaimed both the ladies, but they instantly fell back and seemed to think it better to leave so alarmedly learned a little girl alone.

    The Palace Beautiful A Story for Girls

  • So he stormed on till Tupcombe, who had been alarmedly listening in the next room, entered suddenly, declaring to Reynard that his master's life was in danger if the interview were prolonged, he being subject to apoplectic strokes at these crises.

    A Group of Noble Dames


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