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- adv. In a vivid manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a vivid manner; so as to be vivid, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a vivid manner
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Both take place in vividly imagined fantasy worlds with a well-constructed social, political and cultural framework that makes the setting real enough to touch.
Many of the most fantastic pieces of film are actually the ones that contain vividly colorful elements set in an otherwise drab composition.
One thing I remember vividly is lying with mistress on the bed in the warm, familiar spot, licking her face, my tail wagging.
Ninety-odd photos from an archive of more than 5000 in the Akademie der Künste Berlin held me in fascination for most of the afternoon - beautifully expressive, often richly textured - but what I may remember even more vividly is the hour-long film portrait of her, made in 1992 by Antonia Lerch.
The paralyzing fear that anyone of middle age can still recall vividly from the 1970s — that the shadowy figure passing by on a dark city street at night stands a good chance of being a mugger — is rare these days, and almost nonexistent among young people.
The one scene I remember vividly is near the beginning: Fiver's vision of the hills and fields turning to blood.
Her manner, her voice, her heat, her scent combined to hypnotize him, binding him with spider wire, wrapping his mind in a web of vision so thick that he could actually see the scenes she described as vividly as if he were dreaming them.
What I remember vividly is the blood: it was brown not red, all over the seats and especially the floor, dried until it had cracked, with beer bottles glued in place by it, and one bottle cap on the floor sticking edge up in the dried blood.
I'm reading a book set in China and the one thing that has leapt out at me most vividly is the fact that there were rats in the dorm where the heroine lived during her university years.
What I remember vividly is an incident 2 or 3 days after 9/11, on the sidewalk outside my home on Queen Anne.