from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a trance-like or spell-bound manner; like one in a trance.


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  • As Richard took his seat, moving slowly and trancedly, and began to eat his food with half indifference because of his dreams, she took the chair at the other end of the table, and, cupping her chin in her hands, stared at him petulantly.

    The Judge

  • There, as they sat, Cora swung by them, dancing again with her lieutenant, and looking up trancedly into the gallant eyes of the triumphant and intoxicated young man.

    The Flirt

  • "It's Trafalgar Day," went on Selina, trancedly; "Trafalgar Day -- and nobody cares!"

    Dream Days

  • But he was gazing at his mother trancedly and with slight movements of his hands and feet, as if she were dancing and he desired to join her in her spinning rhythm; and she, mad, changeable woman, shivered and pressed her fingers against her mouth to silence herself, and looked down on her skirt, drawling lazily: "Well, here I am, standing about in my outdoor clothes.

    The Judge


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