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  • adverb In a stewing manner.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The day had grown so stewingly hot that when a bead of sweat trickled down my arm it seemed like liquid fire.

    Firehorse

  • By the time we were turning the corner onto our street, the day was stewingly hot.

    Firehorse

  • From the Social Predestination Room the escalators went rumbling down into the basement, and there, in the crimson darkness, stewingly warm on their cushion of peritoneum and gorged with blood-surrogate and hormones, the foetuses grew and grew or, poisoned, languished into a stunted Epsilonhood.

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  • From the Social Predestination Room the escalators went rumbling down into the basement, and there, in the crimson darkness, stewingly warm on their cushion of peritoneum and gorged with blood-surrogate and hormones, the foetuses grew and grew or, poisoned, languished into a stunted Epsilonhood.

    The Artificial Womb

  • From the Social Predestination Room the escalators went rumbling down into the basement, and there, in the crimson darkness, stewingly warm on their cushion of peritoneum and gorged with blood-surrogate and hormones, the foetuses grew and grew or, poisoned, languished into a stunted Epsilonhood.

    Brave New World

  • Beat Oat-meal small; put a little of it to milk, and let it boil stewingly, till you see that the milk begins to thicken with it.

    The Closet of Sir Kenelm Digby Knight Opened

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