from The Century Dictionary.
- In a glowing manner; with great brightness; with ardent heat or passion.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a glowing manner; with ardent heat or passion.
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- adverb In the manner of something that is
- adverb In a
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adverb in an enthusiastically glowing manner
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I don't think the issue of commercialism has come up with reference to the widespread mention of his book in glowingly enthusiastic posts on non-business related fora.
In fugitive colors, particles are packed closely (perhaps because, although he does not say so, they tend to remain on the surface of the fibers) and so exhibit their rays more "glowingly" than they would if the color were dispersed or separated.
With about 100 small business owners and entrepreneurs in the audience, he spoke glowingly of the small businesses here and nationally.
Southey reviewed his work glowingly; Wordsworth paid tribute to it; Clare modelled his verse upon it.
In a press release, Tsai spoke glowingly of Jag's new spokesmodel: Lindsay was so involved with the shoot that she would go as far as adjusting items on the set.
She recalled hanging out with him at the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics and spoke glowingly of his love for skiing and pushing limits.
I agree that the piece is positive, though I think “glowingly positive” is an overstatement.
You can find the glowingly positive profile of the lawyers on one side in the case, the pro-SSM lawyers David Boies and Ted Olson, here.
Grimes, who spent ten years anchoring the offensive line at center for the Tampa Bay Bucs, teared up as he talked about being pain free for the first time in over a decade, while Akoye spoke glowingly of having a spine that was healed and a neck he could now turn without worrying of paralysis.
He spoke glowingly of Democratic solutions to all kinds of problems, and how Democrats were fighting for the middle class and all the rest of that sort of thing; but the big hole in his remarks was the word "foreclosure," and (even more importantly) "what we're going to do about it."