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  • adv. In an extended manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an extended manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an extended manner; with extension.


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extended +‎ -ly


  • This is a successful length for Munro, because it allows her, by means of tableaux, to use time deeply and extendedly as both tool and subject.

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  • It was very hard for me to commit myself to breastfeeding exclusively and extendedly prior to giving birth.

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  • Now the wisdom of the old wives is greater than that of all the Fathers, and this last oracle sent me thinking so extendedly as I went up the road, that I nearly ran over a woman and a child at the wooded corner by the lodge gates of the House Beautiful.

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  • An ardent Democrat in politics, the ability of Mr. Smith was soon extendedly in request by his party.

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  • In the biographical sketch with which this volume opens, and more extendedly elsewhere, has been told the story of the trouble growing out of the Enterprise letters, and of Mark Twain's sojourn with

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  • | chaotic censuses intimacy custodian's extendedly womb's safeguarding desire |

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  • I think this can be said of most poems I like, that it seems like an attempt to "suddenly" deepen the relationship [with the reader], in a risky manner, by being either extendedly and self-consciously playful (like in this poem), or by being concisely unexpected (like in "gigantic mountains" by Brandon Scott Gorrell), or by being emotionally confessional (like in


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