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- adv. In a wholesome manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a wholesome or salutary manner; healthfully.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a wholesome manner
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Captain America gets the characters and WW II setting and wholesomely patriotic tone down pat...but its action scenes are repetitive and confusing and dull.
Francoeur and McCann lived together in a bachelor pad, where it was wholesomely reported that they sat around playing video games all the time.
As expected, Bachmann refused to apologize, and then she doubled down on her position, getting wholesomely made up and posting a video statement on her campaign site accusing Perry once again of forcing girls to take the injection in exchange for campaign contributions:
I d be lying to you if I didn t admit to being seduced by the wholesomely delicious farm-to-table gourmet food.
I'd be lying to you if I didn't admit to being seduced by the wholesomely delicious farm-to-table gourmet food.
The Farmhouse's rustic barn-style design pays homage to one of the worlds oldest and most beloved indigenous architectural styles while delivering comfort, warmth & utility, and I'd be lying to you if I didn't admit to being completely seduced by the best of creature comforts and the wholesomely delicious farm-to-table gourmet food.
Jesus is politely, wholesomely but unquestionably sexy in the thoroughly rethought revival of Godspell playing on Broadway in the ideal space of Circle In The Square.
In appearance cold and reserved, aristocratic and wholesomely conservative, Catherine
In appearance cold and reserved, aristocratic and wholesomely conservative, Catherine Van Vorst, though warm in her way, possessed an inhibition equal to Drummond's.
I know I have been blessed to be able to have the choice so I live as frugally and wholesomely as possible.