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  • adv. In an exclamatory way.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an exclamatory manner.


exclamatory +‎ -ly (Wiktionary)


  • I love you as much as I possibly can! he said, exclamatorily.

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  • She was to see him, grey ascendant upon the raven of his hair, shrinking down in his seat, wilting as one slowly collapsing after a stunning blow, and at her news (and hers the guilt of it) to hear his voice go, not exclamatorily, but in a thick mutter, as one dazed, bewildered, in

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  • His voice went, not exclamatorily, but in a thick mutter, as one agrope, in sudden darkness, befogged, betrayed.

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  • And the Internet is a never-ending font of wisdom-of-the-ageless, with bloggers on websites like ehow. com exclamatorily focusing on how to "look ten years younger in ten minutes."

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  • Playfully and exclamatorily turning "difficult" from adjectival description into a substantive that is then itself made to signify a quality or state of being, Guest uses both sound values and the suspended pause of the page’s blank space to make "difficult!" virtually chime with "entangle it."

    Sociopolitical (i.e., _Romantic_) Difficulty in Modern Poetry and Aesthetics

  • -- the call made upon an incorrect throw which must therefore be repeated -- means ` futile 'adjectivally, ` Deal's off!' exclamatorily.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XII No 3


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