from The Century Dictionary.
- In a railing manner; with scoffing or opprobrious language.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb With scoffing or insulting language.
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- adverb With
scoffingor insulting language.
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“You people,” she railingly shouted, “go and do a lot of shameful things, and then you also deliberately involve me; but why?”
"You people," she railingly shouted, "go and do a lot of shameful things, and then you also deliberately involve me; but why?"
"Fish grow more rapidly out of water than in," railingly.
"Stephen, Stephen, what do you know of June and December, love's sunshine and the cold of the snow?" he said railingly.
"Where are your spirits to-night?" she asked railingly.
I look also to be loaded by thee with disdain, scorn, and contempt; yea, that thou shouldest railingly and vilifyingly say I lie, and am a bespatterer of honest men's lives and deaths.
King's servants do happen to see them, and do call unto them, and tell them that they are in the wrong ways, and do bid them beware the danger, then they will railingly return them answer, and say,
But their obieding of it which do more railingly inucy againft ir, i$ verily to fonde a cauillation, or to Jliamefuli an error.
They will venture; yea, if at any time any of the Kings servants doth happen to see them, and doth call unto them, and tell them that they are in the wrong ways, and do bid them beware the danger, then they will railingly return them answer and say, As for the word that thou hast spoken unto us in the name of the King, we will not hearken unto thee; but we will certainly do whatsoever thing goeth out of our own mouths, &c.
Did you do your business in a hack? "she asks, railingly.