Definitions

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  • adv. In a spongy manner.

Etymologies

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spongy +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Only when he started across did it yield spongily beneath his feet and emit a startled yelp.

    The False Mirror

  • They followed Rats on a path that sank spongily under their shoes.

    Gorky Park

  • As he pushed down with his weight the yellow interior gave spongily.

    Splinter Of The Mind's Eye

  • Birds sang or twittered about them, the mat of dead leaves oozed spongily beneath their feet, giving forth no sound as they passed, save a faint sucking noise as a foot was lifted from each watery seat.

    The Oakdale Affair

  • The poor lady flopped spongily upon her knees, and taking hold of

    Patsy

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