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schoolgirlishly

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  • adv. In a schoolgirlish fashion.

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Examples

  • She would tuck her hair neatly behind her ears, instead of letting it fall free, schoolgirlishly.

    The New Yorker Stories

  • When they found the Leesburg place, Ms. Lawler was "schoolgirlishly taken over by the property, so we paid more than we probably had to," Mr. Lawler says.

    An Economist Goes Country

  • He watched her with a hard attention that was his kind of tenderness, as she sat humped schoolgirlishly in her shapeless blue overall, averting her face from the light but attempting a proud pose, and keeping her grief between her teeth as an ostler chews a straw.

    The Judge

  • Even now, even after letting it sit for as-yet-unexplained reasons (I'm not entirely sure of them myself, something to do with "there was too much backlog built up and I wanted a big huge marathon to cap the series off"), it's still as schoolgirlishly giggly as it was in the beginning.

    AnimeBlogger.net Antenna

  • – Hall tosses her mane and simpers her way through a schoolgirlishly random list of eccentric non-sequiturs ( "Do you think we are more altruistic?" "

    Confessions of a first-time festival-goer

  • - Hall tosses her mane and simpers her way through a schoolgirlishly random list of eccentric non-sequiturs ( "Do you think we are more altruistic?"

    The Guardian World News

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