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  • adj. in an embracing manner


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embracing +‎ -ly


  • XX is an embracingly lo-fi nonetheless additionally not often apart listen.

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  • Nearly every day now the air was softly, embracingly warm, and owing to the scarcity of garments, no one was wearing more than was necessary.

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  • The high, dim-colored walls, with their curious, low corner towers and the leafage of the wall fruits spread against their brick, inclosed it embracingly, as if they were there to take care of it and its beauty.

    The White People

  • The air was softly, embracingly warm that evening.

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  • He clung there; he would not leave that; doggedly, defiantly, insistently, all-embracingly he affirmed that _that_ could not make any serious difference.

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  • "But this is delicious -- this is a conception of genius," said Mr. Wangelbecker all-embracingly, after he had picked up Anna-Felicitas's tablets and restored them to her with a low bow.

    Christopher and Columbus

  • Taking now a general view of the belt, beginning at the south we see that the majestic ancient glaciers were shed off right and left down the valleys of Kern and Kings Rivers by the lofty protective spurs outspread embracingly above the warm sequoia-filled basins of the Kaweah and Tule.

    The Yosemite

  • Their hands sought each other caressingly, embracingly, but such keen anguish did they experience that they suddenly tore themselves apart, and fled, each in a different direction.

    La faute de l'Abbe Mouret

  • There are some of us around whom the strong grasp of earthly affections is flung so embracingly and sweetly that we cannot, as we think, turn our loves upward and fix them upon God.

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  • 'Nothing but poetry, and I say it who do not read it' -- (Chancellor von Redwitz is the speaker) 'nothing but poetry makes romances passable: for poetry is the everlastingly and embracingly human.

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