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  • adverb In a meaty way.

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Examples

  • Yet the personable Cameron, who fought the election on centrist rather than meatily right-wing policies, fell just short of a parliamentary majority.

    The Forever Prime Minister

  • Yet the personable Cameron, who fought the election on centrist rather than meatily right-wing policies, fell just short of a parliamentary majority.

    The Forever Prime Minister

  • Yet the personable Cameron, who fought the election on centrist rather than meatily right-wing policies, fell just short of a parliamentary majority.

    The Forever Prime Minister

  • Her enthusiasm had become watery even before thirteen women resolutely removed their overshoes, sat down meatily, ate peppermints, dusted their fingers, folded their hands, composed their lower thoughts, and invited the naked muse of poetry to deliver her most improving message.

    Main Street

  • I stood in the presence of the great Roderick Spalton himself, the man who, in his Brief Visits to the Homes of Famous Folk, had written more meatily and wisely than any American author since Emerson

    Tramping on Life

  • Her enthusiasm had become watery even before thirteen women resolutely removed their overshoes, sat down meatily, ate peppermints, dusted their fingers, folded their hands, composed their lower thoughts, and invited the naked muse of poetry to deliver her most improving message.

    Main Street

  • Her enthusiasm had become watery even before thirteen women resolutely removed their overshoes, sat down meatily, ate peppermints, dusted their fingers, folded their hands, composed their lower thoughts, and invited the naked muse of poetry to deliver her most improving message.

    Main Street

  • The second ball is a miserable half tracker that McCullum, who won't die wondering like England did, pulls meatily for four.

    The Guardian World News

  • Cameron, who fought the election on centrist rather than meatily right-wing policies, fell just short of a parliamentary majority.

    Forbes.com: News

  • But still to come was Beckford's meatily executed penalty.

    The Guardian World News

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