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- adv. In a gushing manner; with overeffusive sentimentality.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a gushing manner; copiously.
- adv. Weakly; sentimentally; effusively.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a gushing manner.
- With extravagant display of sentiment or feeling: as, to write or speak gushingly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a gushing manner
Last week's gushingly reported study, "Researchers Show Women's Tears Turn Men Off!" felt like another nail in the coffin of civilization.
A lot of the videos of the book signing he's politely and gushingly taking gifts and adding them to the ever growing pile.
Hillary Clinton took a shine to her younger counterpart, gushingly describing him as "vibrant, attractive, vital".
One has to wonder why after eight years of near-total silence, the media has suddenly, gushingly fallen in love with covering the war in Afghanistan.
Whether we're talking about pretty book covers, fancy logos, gushingly gorgeous slogans or sizzling hot storefront.
And then there is the dismissive sneer concerning the ‘foolish few’ who ‘fear’ the achievement of this great benign role that these awful people so gushingly desire.
This gushingly welcomed Somali “refugees” to the Colorado town:
In a letter to his wife back in Rome he begged her to go to Livia, whom he gushingly described as having the ethereal beauty of Venus, the character of Jupiter, and the virtue of a woman of olden times, and intercede with the emperor on his behalf.
Using that logic, it's natural for her to write gushingly praising letters to the editor about her boss.
Iain Dale seems to be gushingly enthusuastic about moves to merge the Conservatives with the Ulster Unionists: