Definitions

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  • adv. In a shouting manner.

Etymologies

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shouting +‎ -ly

Examples

  • "Did you ever, John, see anything more shoutingly funny?"

    Amarilly of Clothes-line Alley

  • The Gilsons and Claire, Milt and Jeff Saxton, shoutingly prepared their own supper.

    Free Air

  • The others were praying aloud and now and then one would rise shoutingly happy and make the old building ring with his glad praise.

    The story of my life, or, More than a half century as I have lived it and seen it lived,

  • The new lodger, rather shoutingly dressed but looking superbly handsome, stepped with courtly carriage into the trim little breakfast-room and put out all his cordial arms at once, like one of those pocket-knives with a multi-plicity of blades, and shook hands with the whole family simultaneously.

    The Comedy of Those Extraordinary Twins

  • The new lodger, rather shoutingly dressed but looking superbly handsome, stepped with courtly carnage into the trim little breakfast-room and put out all his cordial arms at once, like one of those pocket-knives with a multiplicity of blades, and shook hands with the whole family simultaneously.

    Those Extraordinary Twins

  • Meanwhile at the opposite counter a deaf and grisly tradesman was casting a flinty look at certain cards, apparently combining advantages of business with religion, and shoutingly proposed to him in

    Daniel Deronda

  • I enjoyed his clever designs and shoutingly-colorful posters, and appreciated the wry nods to old advertisements and political propoganda.

    Stories from The Sun

  • DREAM-QUEST OF UNKNOWN KADATH by H.P. Lovecraft: Randolph Carter leaped shoutingly awake within his Boston room.

    The Best Endings in Science Fiction

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