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  • adv. In a spicy manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a spicy manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a spicy manner; pungently; with a spicy flavor.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. with strong spices; in a spicy manner


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  • Others accused her of classic western primitivism, arguing that her work grabbed at non-western images most obviously, that repertoire of ancient Egyptian figures and motifs to give it a spicily exotic edge.

    Nancy Spero: no pity

  • The air was spicily and sweetly heavy with the scents of wild aromatic plants and gorgeous tropic blooms.


  • A bottle of Tuscan new season olive oil, a slab of Amadei - 9 (with beans from 9 plantations), toasted Piedmontese hazelnuts, a Cedro lemon and spicily fragrant bergamot fruit; it was the stocking that I did not wake up to Christmas morning, and very welcome too come spanking new new year.


  • Every printing is so delicious but spicily is like your train printing.


  • I should like to be able to feed a reader so spicily as to leave him hungering and thirsting for more at the end of every monthly meal.

    Roundabout Papers

  • ‘Oh,’ some demon made her retort spicily, ‘I’m sure that could have been solved.

    The Carides Pregnancy

  • THESE shall we slaughter quickly, and cook spicily with sage: it is so that I like them.

    Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none

  • Their odors mingled spicily with those that bodies gave off.


  • A young girl slave of the Commandant's wife came in, with a jug that steamed spicily and two deep goblets.

    Funeral Games

  • Keno let them in, and with them an oreole of chill and freshness flavored spicily of winter.

    Bruvver Jim's Baby


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