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- adv. In a hidden manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a hidden manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a hidden or secret manner.
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Even a poet of real inspiration, like Francis Thompson, may seek to carry, "hiddenly," as he would express it, beneath the cloak of his rapture, all sorts of absurd archaisms, awkwardly conventional inversions, hideous neologisms like false antiques, all mere counters.
“Until AIDS was initially recognized in 1981, the virus was cryptically hiddenly circulating in a sophisticated medical environment for the better part of 12 years,” Worobey said….
By extension, we commit this downfall by being hypocritical in keeping close bonds (dam-tshig, Skt. samaya) with the tantric practices, for example by reciting a daily sadhana text or attending pujas without faith, pretending to be devout, yet hiddenly acting in destructive ways contrary to our pledges.
Every Tibetan tradition of Buddhism agrees that when we practice Dharma, we need externally to uphold some level of pratimoksha vow for individual liberation, as presented in the body of hinayana teachings, internally to realize all mahayana practices of a dedicated heart of bodhichitta, and hiddenly or secretly to actualize the methods of tantra.
By extension, we commit this downfall by being hypocritical in keeping close bonds with the tantric practices, for example by reciting a daily sadhana text or attending pujas without faith, pretending to be devout, yet hiddenly acting in destructive ways contrary to our pledges.
Thus by what seems His utter poverty and weakness on the cross He overturns the pomp and parade of idols, and quietly and hiddenly wins over the mockers and unbelievers to recognize Him as God.
Lifting himself cautiously, he crouched on all fours in the grass, slipping and sliding forward so hiddenly that the keen ear and eagle eye of the approaching soldier took note of no least ripple in the quiet grass by the roadside.
It may well be that many an element of the heroic, much that is hiddenly meritorious, lurks in these obscure fates and struggles.
Here was a man who could think hiddenly, speak guardedly, wait for others to show their cards, and do all this with a disarming appearance of ingenuous friendliness.
Flora felt no title to the common fate, and while the bustle of the place went on about them she hiddenly suffered and, mainly for the torment it would give her avaricious companion, told a new reason for the look in her eyes.