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- adv. In a rum fashion; oddly, strangely.
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"Rather rummily, that's exactly what I was thinking just now myself."
"Oh, I know you don't like him and think he behaved rather rummily and so forth, but that's all right now."
There's young Tom on the box; don't his ears stick out rummily?
Well! something good may come of it, and if it does it will be good luck, for, as you and I know, Mother Duty, it has been a rummily written work.