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- adv. In a mysterious manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a mysterious manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a mysterious manner; by way of expressing or implying a mystery; obscurely: as, he shook his head mysteriously.
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- adv. in a cryptic manner
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Weinstein had at one point indicated plans to release the film on Blu-ray, but the title mysteriously disappeared from their release calendar.
It is the story of a former rookie cop who returns mysteriously from the dead as the Spirit (Gabriel Macht) to fight crime from the shadows of Central City.
I wouldn't know him if I bumped into him, but his name mysteriously popped into my head while on national tv.
A young girl is sacrificed; she disappears mysteriously from the eyes of those who sacrificed her; She is transported to another country, where the custom is to offer up all strangers to the Goddess.
See, for example, here and in mysteriously anonymous letters here and here.
This year, Annette Miles, a hairdresser artist for Stars Wars III: Revenge of the Sith was nominated and then saw her name mysteriously withdrawn.
White Sox third baseman of the future (which mysteriously is not now yet) Joe Crede; the Devil Rays 'Toby Hall; Astros prospect Morgan Ensberg; the
It had been no easy matter when he first drifted in mysteriously out of nowhere to their little mountain cottage.
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple says it has booted a developer and his apps from its applications store after dozens of his titles mysteriously became best sellers over the weekend.
But sometimes life gets ahead of the credit-debit entry, short-term mysteriously becomes longer-term, and things spin out of whack.