Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The way; the manner.

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  • noun obsolete The means, way, or method (of doing something).

Etymologies

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From Latin quōmodo ("In what way?").

Examples

  • MANFRED: considerate lilia agri quomodo crescunt non laborant nec nent.

    A Break for Laziness

  • Eia nunc ergo tu, domine deus meus, doce cor meum ubi et quomodo te quaerat, ubi et quomodo te inveniat.

    St Anselm 2

  • Eia nunc ergo tu, domine deus meus, doce cor meum ubi et quomodo te quaerat, ubi et quomodo te inveniat.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Si nobiliores illorum globi, nos non sumus creaturarum rationalium nobilissimi: quomodo igitur omnia propter hominem? quomodo nos domini operum Dei?

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • [2301] Omnes quibus res sunt minus secundae, nescio quomodo

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • An Ethiopian of old seeing an European eat bread, wondered, quomodo stercoribus vescentes viverimus, how we could eat such kind of meats: so much differed his countrymen from ours in diet, that as mine [1446] author infers, si quis illorum victum apud nos aemulari vellet; if any man should so feed with us, it would be all one to nourish, as Cicuta, Aconitum, or Hellebore itself.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Hae vero quomodo causent melancholiam, clarum; et quod concoctionem impediant, et membra principalia debilitent.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Isocrates adviseth Demonicus, when he came to a strange city, to [6604] worship by all means the gods of the place, et unumquemque, Topicum deum sic coli oportere, quomodo ipse praeceperit: which Cecilius in [6605] Minutius labours, and would have every nation sacrorum ritus gentiles habere et deos colere municipes, keep their own ceremonies, worship their peculiar gods, which Pomponius Mela reports of the

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Quisve aut qualis sit humor aut quae istius differentiae, et quomodo gignantur in corpore, scrutandum, hac enim re multi veterum laboraverunt, nec facile accipere ex Galeno sententiam ob loquendi varietatem.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Mirum quanta passus sit H. 2. quomodo se submisit, ea se facturum pollicitus, quorum hodie ne privatus quidem partem faceret.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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