from The Century Dictionary.
- With flouting; disdainfully.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb With flouting; insultingly.
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- adverb With
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He governs all, and is governed and subject to none, but he rides and reigns; and you know not how magnificent and broad his chariot is; if you did, you would not thus floutingly depreciate our Scythian chariots.
They were tied head to tail, four of them, and they heaved along to where a lane branched off from the highroad, planting their great hoofs floutingly in the fine black mud, swinging their great rounded haunches sumptuously, and trotting a few sudden steps as they were led into the lane, round the corner.
"Gadso! they can't _all_ be lost!" exclaimed old Mivane floutingly.
Christian and Catholic decency upon the people confided to their charge, the priests not only refused to do their duty, but floutingly referred the police to Lady Mary Burke.
And then (floutingly) saith, it seems some mens mouths and bellies are very litle & slender over others.