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  • adv. In a poetic manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a poetic manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a poetical sense or manner; according to the laws of poetry.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a poetic manner


poetic +‎ -ally (Wiktionary)


  • It is remarked by Watts that there is scarcely a happy combination of words, or a phrase poetically elegant in the English language, which Pope has not inserted into his version of Homer.

    Lives of the English Poets: Prior, Congreve, Blackmore, Pope

  • It is remarked by Watts, that there is scarcely a happy combination of words, or a phrase poetically elegant, in the English language, which

    The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. in Nine Volumes Volume the Eighth: The Lives of the Poets, Volume II

  • I have been trying - and not always 'poetically' - to posit that intelligence is a function that involves beings in relative place and time 'accessing', for lack of a better word, the space/field/infinity quotient that contains/permeates all matter, including chemicals and their processes.

    Telic Thoughts

  • This program, called, “Teikei” poetically translates to, “the farmer’s face on it,” though a more literal translation is “cooperation” or “partnership.”

    Tigers & Strawberries » Community Supported Agriculture

  • It is called poetically leghma, “tears” of the dates.

    Travels in Morocco

  • Mr. Cresta Morris wore white collars and beautiful ties, had a large gold watch-chain over what the French call poetically a _gilet de fantasie_, but which he, in his own homely fashion, described as a "fancy weskit."

    Bones in London

  • [...] 12th, 2006 by Angela Natividad · No Comments ‘Iconistan,’ a term poetically coined by Sphere CEO Tony Conrad, is the social newscluster that lives on your blog.

    Iconistan* « Sphere Blog

  • I'm not about to say here that everyone should write transparently any more than everyone should write "poetically" (wait for it, I'll be taking issue with these terms later.)


  • The Commander-In-Chief, standing accused of launching this invasion illegally in the first place, continues to talk "poetically" about the whispering winds of freedom, looking to secondary justifications for the war as he dodges discussion of his pre-war decisions and stubbornly sells the same tired lines, beating back tame reporters with pure ego.

    OpEdNews Readers: Hold Congress Accountable

  • And it's no longer impossible for him, kind of poetically, to leave those observations out of his work.

    Remember Me to Harlem


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