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  • adverb In an avocational manner.

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Examples

  • If you are the kind of person who is motivated by transcendent values and care more about the real things in life, as opposed to the things that do not last, you are more likely to see whatever you do, vocationally or avocationally, as having value beyond its just being a “job.”

    The Law of Happiness

  • If you are the kind of person who is motivated by transcendent values and care more about the real things in life, as opposed to the things that do not last, you are more likely to see whatever you do, vocationally or avocationally, as having value beyond its just being a “job.”

    The Law of Happiness

  • If you are the kind of person who is motivated by transcendent values and care more about the real things in life, as opposed to the things that do not last, you are more likely to see whatever you do, vocationally or avocationally, as having value beyond its just being a “job.”

    The Law of Happiness

  • If you are the kind of person who is motivated by transcendent values and care more about the real things in life, as opposed to the things that do not last, you are more likely to see whatever you do, vocationally or avocationally, as having value beyond its just being a “job.”

    The Law of Happiness

  • "It's going a bit mad," said Andrew Wilcox, a 38-year-old Web developer and, avocationally, the UK's Sheddie Supremo.

    Outer Sanctum: Why we love to step outside the box to think inside the shed

  • I try to write avocationally, penury doesn't suit my wife nor her daughter so I have a 'real' job to keep the wolf at bay.

    Meditations on the Melancholy State of Outdoor Writing

  • Karen is vocationally an engineer and avocationally a speculative fiction reviewer.

    March 2008

  • Karen is vocationally an engineer and avocationally a speculative fiction reviewer.

    REVIEW: Shadowbridge by Gregory Frost

  • A dark, slender, pretty young lady, occupationally a receptionist and avocationally a hardworking OAAU assistant to Malcolm X, has since told me that she arrived early, about 1: 30 P.M., having some preliminary work to do.

    The Autobiography of Malcolm X

  • I keep saying that my main point is about how the church corporately should be spending her time and resources, not about what an individual who is vocationally (or avocationally) involved in politics should do.

    Pyromaniacs

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