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- adv. In a lusty manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a lusty or vigorous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a lusty manner; vigorously; strongly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a healthy manner
But Picton had not another bit of it; so he called lustily for some one else to sing.
"O, they will bring a lantern, I guess," laughed the sailor, then thinking to put us at our ease, he called lustily as he rested himself at his oars.
"Hello in there!" he called lustily, for he wished to warn Patsy of what was taking place, and at the same time to instruct him what to do.
His eyes were raised to the place where the ceiling should have been -- he called lustily in alarm -- then suddenly he was flying up -- and crashed heavily against the invisible ceiling!
He didn't doubt it in the least; he called; he called lustily; he kicked his new shoes against the fence-post and called:
Taking his foot from a partly opened desk drawer where it had been resting, he placed it upon the handle of a handsome brass-mounted bellows, which proved to be articulating, for, as he pressed, it called lustily, "Come in!"
But no sooner had the gaoler's feet touched the fairy ring, than he saw and heard like the rest, and he called lustily to the chaplain to come and stop the unhallowed measure.
Philips the tutor of Mathematics both being near ran up & seized him, he called lustily for help & one student ran to his assistance
She sunk about three yards, and then stopped, at the same time calling lustily for assistance.
Drenched with the pelting rain, confused by the deafening thunder, and bewildered by the glare of the forked lightning, they would have passed a solitary house without being aware of its vicinity, had not a man, who was standing at the door, called lustily to them to enter.