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  • adv. In a gushy manner.

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Examples

  • In truth, the most telling sign that a medium is facing a time-limited future is when it feels compelled to loudly advertise that it will be around to gushily chronicle the second term of the Jenna Bush administration.

    Walter Shapiro: Magazine Industry Follies

  • * I rambled gushily on the subject for fully fifteen minutes, but I shall do my best to avoid such untidiness here.

    why it's worth it

  • So If I can be gushily sincere for a rare moment: thank you, Tuned Inlanders.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • At the Epicenter parking lot, a co-worker gushily congratulates Izzy on her QN article.

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  • "But does not my dear boy know," she continues gushily, "that I am _al_ways content to be _alone_ as long as I can be _sure_ that he is happily employed _elsewhere_.

    Somehow Good

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