paragraphically love



from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. In paragraphs; divided into paragraphs.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • By or with paragraphs; in paragraphs.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

paragraphic +‎ -ally or paragraphical +‎ -ly


  • Every newspaper in the country discussed him editorially, paragraphically, and as an article of news.

    From the Housetops

  • But I could not learn to see life paragraphically.

    Confessions of a Young Man

  • The advertisements were not sent; Dolby did not enrich its columns paragraphically; and among its news to-day is the item that 'this chap calling himself Dolby got drunk down town last night, and was taken to the police station for fighting an Irishman!'

    The Life of Charles Dickens, Vol. I-III, Complete

  • Then, naturally, and with the delicious joy of two angels united by thought alone, they intoned together those sweet litanies repeated by the lovers of the period in honour of love -- anthems which the abbot of Theleme has paragraphically saved from oblivion by engraving them on the walls of his Abbey, situated, according to master Alcofribas, in our land of Chinon, where I have seen them in Latin, and have translated them for the benefit of

    Droll Stories — Volume 1

  • a just and holy indignation against the work, and that devilish spirit in which it was brought forth; wherefore, finding my spirit raised and my understanding divinely opened to refute it, I began the book again, and reading it with pen in hand, answered it paragraphically as I went.

    The History of Thomas Ellwood Written By Himself


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