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  • adverb In a talismanic manner.


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talismanic +‎ -ally


  • The intimation of his presence was conveyed almost talismanically round the room, and a silence ensued while the young gentlemen looked at one another for an example.

    Louis' School Days A Story for Boys

  • It is a fiction, invoked almost talismanically for purposes of this trial in order to find deference under

    Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog

  • It’s my sense that wealthy Russian and Polish families once retained such people talismanically, partly as jesters, partly to assuage their consciences, as though they could thereby pay their dues to learning or religion or the twisted life of the mind.

    Kalooki Nights


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