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- adv. In a reserved manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a reserved manner; with reserve; without openness or frankness; cautiously; coldly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with reserve; in a reserved manner
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to say nothing of their abuse of law and rule face it, for every example of a "benevolent," and I use that term reservedly, monarch, there's 10 others that are really, really bad.
Well, folks, I'd say this woman (and I use the word reservedly) can live for a year or so on all that blubber.
Former Richmond player Mal Brown says he apologises only "reservedly" for what he maintains was intended as a humorous description of Aboriginal footballers as cannibals.
Even so, his mother did her best to respect her son's wishes by dressing more reservedly, not to mention uncomfortably in the summer heat, in Orthodox fashion, and creating a more kosher kitchen, one that adhered to the laws from biblical days.
It was floral, but reservedly so, with lychee and loads of spice character.
And then — reservedly, as if he couldn't resist saying so:
"We will be expecting you," replied Rhodan somewhat reservedly as he entered the small craft.
I am reservedly looking forward to this next installment as I hope its not the same movie.
Her statement that the New Deal being passed and upheld constituted “our own socialist revolution” is more controversial than her actual legal positions on New Deal jurisprudence, which if expressed more reservedly would probably have been hard to get the public worked up about.
My romantic notion, and one that Sam reservedly shared, was that the new tale be told through both his artwork and the verité footage of his life.