from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a loving manner, affectionately.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. With love; affectionately.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With love or affection; affectionately.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with fondness; with love
To those who haven't spent much time in, and I use the term lovingly, the fly-over states, it may seem that 'Rock' is as out-of-place in Omaha as a cruise ship.
He has what I call lovingly 'a dancer's instinct 'toward gesture and expressionism.
Carl's Jr is the only burger franchise that escaped from the book Fast Food Nation rather unmuckraked (I use that term lovingly).
There remains also a copy of "Don Quixote" in French, lovingly inscribed by Mr. Jefferson to my grandmother.
When they had descended and Heidi entered Peter's hut, the grandmother called lovingly to her: "Have you come again, child?"
One does not drink of the cup of Fate "lovingly" -- without bloody sweat!
Arnie's Place was luxurious, with wooden nooks for its machines to rest in lovingly.
He always referred to her lovingly and with tears in his eyes when he spoke in the chapel in his role as a counselor to his fellow inmates.
Now, last month, as most of you citizens -- and I use that word lovingly -- citizens know, delegate Richard Henry Lee of Virginia submitted to the Continental Congress meeting in Philadelphia a resolution which stated, in part, that these united colonies are, and of a right, ought to be free and independent states.
[She puts her hands on their shoulders lovingly, which is the very thing they have been trying to avoid.]