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  • adv. Alternative form of grovellingly.


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  • First we heard that Rove had grovelingly thrown his support to O'Donnell.

    The Morning Plum

  • And Biden, please don't be so grovelingly obvious in the future.

    Biden makes it A, B,C simple: there's not going to be any "lesser of the evils"

  • In the next post of her blog, where she grovelingly apologizes for having dared offend the orthodox.

    Marriage Equality, Marital Rape and No-Fault Divorce

  • “Captain Kirk humbly, grovelingly apologizes and requests forgiveness,” Fox said.


  • Samantha's parents forget her 16th birthday but realize their mistake and grovelingly apologize for it -- exactly the kind of reversal-of-power scenario that teenagers fantasize about constantly, and a regular part of most adolescent fiction, where kids outsmart, act independently of, or otherwise prove superior to adults. Movie Blog

  • You would think such a grovelingly good Catholic like Altmire would already know the Church’s views on leaving the poor and the unfortunate to go suff.

    Lance Mannion:

  • Third of all, concern troll, I know, and you probably know as well, that those who do try to be obsequious and grovelingly “respectful” of creationists don’t get civility back in return.

    More on Signature in the Cell - The Panda's Thumb


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