Definitions

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  • adv. In a picaresque manner

Etymologies

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picaresque +‎ -ly

Examples

  • His books were picaresquely post-modern and his humour was Marxian (tendance: Groucho).

    The Perfect Literary Storm

  • Henri de la Fontaine Coq, picaresquely amused but looking pale as if he had been badly shaken by the crash, sat watching Dorje, leaning backward against a rough-hewn post that supported a roof beam.

    Jimgrim

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