undistractedly love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Without distraction.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb Without being distracted.

Etymologies

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undistracted +‎ -ly

Examples

  • Cossery is best, then, when he is at his most undistractedly jovial—in "The Colors of Infamy," where the literal collapse of Egyptian society is treated like a grand carnival sideshow, and perhaps most of all in "A Splendid Conspiracy," a winning paean to friendship and loyalty that even features an admirable, strong-minded woman.

    Tales of Jaunty Anarchy on the Nile

  • ‘All that is necessary then is to rest undistractedly in the immediate present, in this very instant in time,’ Chodron declares.

    Suffering and Enlightenment « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Shielded by two oceans, with no powerful neighbors to fear, it had been undistractedly absorbed for more than a century in the great project of consolidating its own continental domain.

    What "W" Owes to "WW"

  • Shielded by two oceans, with no powerful neighbors to fear, it had been undistractedly absorbed for more than a century in the great project of consolidating its own continental domain.

    What "W" Owes to "WW"

  • Shielded by two oceans, with no powerful neighbors to fear, it had been undistractedly absorbed for more than a century in the great project of consolidating its own continental domain.

    What "W" Owes to "WW"

  • Thus, signals became almost unnecessary; much time was saved; and the attention of every captain could almost undistractedly be paid to the condition of his own particular ship: a circumstance from which, on this occasion, the advantages to the general service were almost incalculable.

    The Life of the Right Honourable Horatio Lord Viscount Nelson, Volume 1

  • This makes the active value of his basis immense, enabling him, with his flanks protected, to advance undistractedly, even if not at all carelessly, into the comparative fairy-land of the mere minor anxiety.

    The Awkward Age

  • Paul implies he did not exercise his undoubted right to marry and "lead about" a believer, for the sake of Christian expediency, as well to save the Church the expense of maintaining her in his wide circuits, as also that he might give himself more undistractedly to building up the Church of Christ

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Then it was that he relapsed undistractedly upon processes of his mind and he often said he thought Fortune would beat the devil.

    The Amazing Marriage — Volume 1

  • Then it was that he relapsed undistractedly upon processes of his mind and he often said he thought Fortune would beat the devil.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

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