self-confidently love



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  • adv. In a self-confident manner

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • With self-confidence.


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  • Covered in a blanket of thick, creamy chocolate, the self-confidently named cake's airy layers of crispy meringue and smooth mousse provide the perfect combination of textures though they also make cutting messy.

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  • The problem outlined by you is interesting and I wouldn't be so rash in concluisions you have made so self-confidently.

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  • To the ill-considered hopes of the last two centuries, which have reduced us to insignificance and brought us to the brink of nuclear and non-nuclear death, we can propose only a determined quest for the warm hand of God, which we have so rashly and self-confidently spurned.

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  • In real life encounters, similar words and actions will stimulate our loved one to speak and act self-confidently.

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  • Obama must continue to appeal proudly and self-confidently to progressive values.

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  • On the morning of September 22, 1980, the oil, finance, and foreign ministers of the OPEC nations self-confidently assembled in the Hapsburg Palace in Vienna to continue planning for the Baghdad celebration.

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  • No less puzzling was the way in which some of my new classmates jumped self-confidently into the fray, talking back to he professors as if the tangled complexity of legal doctrine were second nature to them.

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  • The youth smiled as one possessing power — self-confidently and languidly; a magnificent wreath of flowers rested lightly on his shining tresses, almost touching his velvety eyebrows.

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  • Far from trying to repress minority ethnic groups or to erase their collective cultural memories, by the 1960s Tito encouraged Muslims, Macedonians, and other minorities to self-confidently promote and celebrate their individual histories and national identities.

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  • The same description might apply to the man stretched out on the boat in the foreground, a representative of the new urban culture whose view of the world is self-confidently proprietary, the opposite of soft. posted by Frank | 12:47 AM

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