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- adv. In a demonstrative manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a manner fitted to demonstrate; clearly; convincingly; forcibly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a manner to prove or demonstrate; with proof which cannot be questioned; with certainty; convincingly.
- In a demonstrative manner; with energetic exhibition of feeling: as, he spoke very demonstratively.
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- adv. in a demonstrative manner
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His parents, by his account, were not the most demonstratively loving of people.
The world is full of nuance, but there is no equivocating the answers to those two questions, and unfortunately Ms Roy has demonstratively failed on both counts.
Republican rule in the majority and now in the minority has demonstratively been about fear in recent years.
He kissed her hand as well, but not nearly as demonstratively.
So it does appear as though the police were ordered to behave more demonstratively than earlier in the day.
Sabine Wespieser éditeur The cover of Mr. Ellena's new book Since abstract ideas are hard to talk about How do you talk about this…? he sniffs demonstratively in the air, Mr. Ellena offers an example of the difficulties he sometimes encounters.
[…] How is it possible to sign anything with the USA (especially concerning such important issues as the START-agreement) when the USA demonstratively [XXX] Russia in the [XXX].
But wow, totally counter-intuitive but demonstratively true.
McCain is clearly and demonstratively a citizen of the US.
The idea that Obama wants to raise taxes on the middle income bracket is demonstratively false.