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  • adv. In an immortal manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an immortal manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an immortal manner; eternally; with exemption from death or from oblivion.
  • Exceedingly: as, “immortally glad,”


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  • It’s wanting to be George Sand, her name immortally linked with Alfred de Musset.

    The Complete Father Brown

  • When the precious signature was at last appended and the dust paid over, he breathed a great sigh, and sank to sleep under a table, where he dreamed immortally until morning.

    Too Much Gold

  • A score of men hurled past on either side, and Fairfax, for a brief instant's space, stood looking upon her and her bronze beauty, thrilling, exulting, stirred to unknown deeps, visioning strange things, dreaming, immortally dreaming.


  • Dave, as another "old foagie" who remembers what it means to "get your kicks on route 66"; I find it awfully funny to see and hear the loud horns these "immortally young" fellas so easily blow today.

    Stupid Moves

  • Germany's Bild may have been parodying itself when pleading for Mr. Draghi not to be made ECB head with the immortally stupid comment that "inflation is a way of life in Italy as much as pasta and tomato sauce," and I'm not one to object to some good old-fashioned national stereotyping, without which European politics wouldn't be half as much fun.

    Sarkozy Risks German Wrath on ECB

  • The light was swept out of the day, and a deep gloom prevailed; but Frona knew that somewhere up there, clinging and climbing and immortally striving, the long line of ants still twisted towards the sky.


  • I remember the aluminum bench, where you immortally sit, tying...

    A Fish

  • They're doused in cigarette butts and used condoms like old discarded snake skin dry and coarse after the bite immortally tortured by broken glass bottles.

    Death Along the Jersey Rails

  • Ethan Hawke has that twitchy brooding thing that he worked so well in films like Gattica and Training Day, while Sam Neill is his same immortally creepy self as the CEO of the labs and lead villain -- think a vampire version of his role in Event Horizon.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • P.S. Did you know the Mormons believe bigfoot is actually Cain, still walking the earth immortally in exile for killing Able?



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