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- adv. In an indulgent manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an indulgent manner; mildly; favorably.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an indulgent manner; with indulgence, leniency, or compliance, or without severity or restraint.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an indulgent manner
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Antiquities, 20.1.3]. hear me patiently -- The idea of "indulgently" is also conveyed.
She had occasionally other droll little ways of differing from the family, which were called indulgently "Lydia's notions."
One of the key problems with this new initiative is that an honest attempt to convey the views of many of its authors would make the word "indulgently", and the quotation marks around "understand", superfluous to requirements.
Why, "indulgently," yu couldn't marry her -- yu couldn't marry her no more'n yu could kill me.
- She is a Russian speaker – indulgently explained the other one – she does not speak our language (Azerbaijani) well.
I was just feeling guilty about self indulgently going on about my blogging woes when what I should have been doing was encouraging you to keep going but you made it seem all ok.
There is no chance whatsover that a white perpetrator of voting rights violations would have been treated so indulgently.
Odin hefted the axe over his shoulder and smiled indulgently as the boar reached him.
He’s with the other soldiers, remonstrating away. “Don’t you worry,” repeats my guy indulgently, a broad smile spreading across his face as if we are the best of buddies. “Give them time.” And then, as if to pass the time himself, he adds, “So, how do you like our excellent country?
Felipe Vergara, for whom this was his first time to Davos, during one of the coffee breaks, whispered indulgently I feel like I am in Social