from The Century Dictionary.
- In an astonished manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb rare In an astonished manner.
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- adverb In an
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“For the buttons?” — and “Uncle” stares astonishedly at me — “for these buttons?”
Ask his opinion, and he tells you his doubt; and he never hears any thing more astonishedly than what he knows before.
"The coolness of him!" cried Camille, indignantly, while her brother's dark eyes turned astonishedly from one to the other.
So she said to Ned, seeing him looking astonishedly at her.
Hoddan astonishedly regarded his whiskery countenance, contorted with grief and dampened with tears.
The interpreter translated, and the Huks muttered astonishedly among themselves.
Ruth did not move but stared astonishedly at the patient.
"That's frank enough," the doctor admitted astonishedly.
"You trust that scoundrel?" asked Cleigh, astonishedly.
A woman who was walking by Paused momentarily and will a big grin on her face (she was astonishedly bemused) shook his hand and said, "Wow, I've never shaken the hand of a murder before."