Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

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

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In an immortal manner.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In an immortal manner.

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Examples

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

    The Complete Father Brown

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

    The Complete Father Brown

  • 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.

    CHAPTER 3

  • 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

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

    A Fish

  • 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

  • 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.

    IN THE FOREST OF THE NORTH

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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