from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In the manner of one who is persuaded; assuredly; positively.


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  • If that way, by one of the intimate felicities the liability to which was so far from having even yet completely fallen from him, happened handsomely to show him as more bored than boring (with advantages of his own freely to surrender, but none to be persuadedly indebted to others for,) what did such a false face of the matter represent but the fact itself that she was pledged?

    The Golden Bowl — Volume 2


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