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  • adverb In an autumnal manner.


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autumnal +‎ -ly


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  • As though life were not gloriously, autumnally golden enough, Cribsheet is going daily.

    Cribsheet of the week 02.11.10 Judy Friedberg 2010

  • Madrid is autumnally chill lately, but it's quite comfortable in just a sweater -- my favorite kind of weather.

    Breakfast in Bed desayunoencama 2006

  • I admittedly have a torrid carnal affair with scrumptious russet pumpkin flesh autumnally.

    Steamed Broccoli Salad with Bacon and Almonds 2008

  • Our imaginary human would have seen the sun as autumnally yellow, burning low and peacefully.

    Genesis ANDERSON, Poul 2000

  • It was drizzling for the third straight Everything was autumnally gray.

    Adam's Fall Brown, Sandra, 1948- 1988

  • At a much less Olympian level than Mann, the survival of a good American writer into his seventh decade with undiminished powers is sufficiently rare: one can hardly imagine an autumnally vigorous Scott Fitzgerald.

    Up the River Towers, Robert 1977

  • That was in early October, and by now Anneke and I had removed from autumnally cool Vondel Park to a commune run by some flower children on a canal boat moored in the Heerengracht.

    The Luxembourg Run Ellin, Stanley 1977

  • They had struggled slowly yet stoically up towards respectability; they had fought for fair-dealing; they had entered a compact to stand by each other through that long and bitter effort to be tardily honest and autumnally aboveboard.

    Phantom Wires A Novel Arthur Stringer 1912

  • And I've been wondering if that really isn't the best type of woman for married life, the autumnally contented and pensively quiet woman who can remain unruffled by man and his meanderings.

    The Prairie Child Arthur Stringer 1912

  • She worked harder than ever she had worked before, blistered her hands, and browned her fair face and neck altogether autumnally.

    Alec Forbes of Howglen George MacDonald 1864


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