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  • adv. In a vibrating way; accompanied by vibrations.


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vibrating +‎ -ly


  • If the vibratingly bright posters of a big-headed Red Queen, a blanched White Queen, and an over-decorated Mad Hatter weren't enough of a hint, I had just read Manohla Dargis's New York Times review, which can only be described as a stinker.

    Alice In Wonderland

  • Weak looking and pallid, with the sedentary air of a junior desk clerk, vibratingly restless with no actual promise of being penetrating, he was of that indeterminate type which never seems to acquire a personality of its own.

    Never-Fail Blake

  • "HAIL, SAH-LUMA!" rose in one brief, mellow, manly shout that echoed vibratingly through the heated air.


  • Presently his glistening jaws opened, -- his tongue darted forth vibratingly, -- and he gave vent to a low hissing sound, erecting and depressing his crest with extraordinary rapidity, so that it flashed like an aigrette of rare gems.


  • As the final words left his lips, a rich note of melody stirred the air, and a song in which words and music seemed thoroughly welded together, rose vibratingly up to the quiet sky:

    Temporal Power

  • She looked very pale, very frail, intensely, vibratingly alive.

    The Lady of the Basement Flat

  • On the plus side, Velocity's sound system is floor-vibratingly

    The Seattle Times


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