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- adv. In a fondling manner.
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Justice is again pinnacled here, and on her right, on another pinnacle, is a charming angel, upon whom a lion fondlingly climbs.
He responded gratefully; yet lingered, still listening to the entomologist, until she fondlingly chid him for forgetting that while he had been all day in his swivel-chair, she had passed the hours in unusual fatigues!
'Is there in the world so lovely a creature?' she said, and appealed fondlingly to the beauty that brings out beauty, and, bidding it disdain rivalry, rivalled it insomuch that in a moment of trance Beauchamp with his bodily vision beheld her, not there, but on the Lido of Venice, shining out of the years gone.
"How dare you make appointments with a captain of hussars?" and he bent her knuckles fondlingly.
"This dress," she said, and held up her mother's chin fondlingly between her two hands, "this dress was designed by my friend Merthyr -- that is,
"This dress," she said, and held up her mother's chin fondlingly between her two hands, "this dress was designed by my friend Merthyr -- that is, Mr. Powys -- from what he remembered of a dress worn by Countess