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  • adv. In a flowing manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a flowing manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a flowing manner; smoothly; fluently.


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  • I would reinforce that one part of your rule, though, is to spell out even big numbers if it is appropriate for the reader to read flowingly past them rather than be jerked into the world of integers, eg.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Spelling Out Numbers vs. Writing Them Using Digits

  • #25 - Fearless fashion advice, flowingly freely given

    Wondering what jewelry to wear for Valentine's Day?

  • Nor was it his Indigence, that forc't him to make the World, thereby to make new Acquisitions, but his Goodnesse, that prest him to manifest, and to impart his Glory; and the goods, which he so over-flowingly abounds with.

    Sticky Wants to Grab

  • He was one of those rare shining people; a writer of enormous skill, a literate and musical director, a man of acute perception and understanding, deeply kind and over-flowingly generous.

    Anthony Minghella RIP

  • 'Smile knowingly' and work together to beat Tories and Fibbers instead of 'Bile flowingly' with the aim presumably of purifying the party into one in your own likeness.

    Archive 2007-01-07

  • Nevertheless, "under God" was added to an already idolating, over-flowingly patriotic nation, fresh from its victory in World War II, at the hand of Congress on June 14, 1954.

    One Nation Under "Whose God is it Anyway?"

  • They all need what he drilled Chris Wallace: a new anus from which to dispense their standard bluster, blinding inconsistencies, and idle blather more flowingly to its gulled viewers.

    Think Progress » VIDEO: Clinton Sets The Record Straight On Terrorism, Smacks Down Fox News

  • I do not think that my evil deeds can be set against your own; although I cannot speak flowingly upon my good deeds as you can.

    Lorna Doone

  • For Jean, who was in love with every form of outdoor and animal life, he had established headquarters in a vacant farm-house on one corner of the estate, where she had collected some stock and poultry, and was over-flowingly happy.

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • Almost the first palm is architecturally suggestive, even in those western gardens -- but to artists living among them and seeing only them! men's hands are not delicate in the early ages, and the fountain fairness of the palms is not very flowingly fashioned in the capitals; but in the flowery perfection of the Parthenon the palm triumphs.

    Choice Specimens of American Literature, and Literary Reader Being Selections from the Chief American Writers


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