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scintillatingly

Definitions

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  • adv. In a scintillating way.

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Examples

  • The British-based Cheek by Jowl touring troupe will turn 30 next year, which may come as a shock to those of us who still recall their scintillatingly affecting and frolicsome takes on

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  • Several of the 2003 Ports that I tasted were a tad overripe to my palate, whereas the 2007s are scintillatingly pure, zesty and sappy to the core.

    Natural wines, premox, chenin blanc, 07 Port and Rhone – John Gilman | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • The green of the moss in the woods was scintillatingly intense, and the rain was so plentiful, the water in the creek we walked along reflected the greens from not too far away.

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  • So I took a quick inventory and discovered my one-dimensional childhood consisted of these four scintillatingly dramatic “stories”: 1. I was born in Madison, Wisconsin.

    Muffins and Mayhem

  • He fiddled some more with his mouth and I felt sore and in need of sleep and not scintillatingly bright.

    They didn’t read Pitchfork or Stereogum or Gorilla vs. Bear or Hipster Runoff

  • Personally speaking, I think an assignation with Oscar was better rendered fully clothed and scintillatingly sarcastic.

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  • I won't be scintillatingly witty, so you don't have to be.

    Even in a little thing

  • Appear to Listen I've learned to appear scintillatingly intellectual by asking people questions ("Do you like pizza?").

    Steve Carell on How to Act Brilliant

  • Even I was briefly charmed by the possibility that my work might emerge from the printer as scintillatingly beautiful as a Lexus ad.

    A Font A Day Keeps My Muse Away

  • Unfortunately, Michelle Yeoh is scintillatingly beautiful when she shows up, serving as a stark indication of what the movie could have been had they really tried.

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