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- adv. In a glorious manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a glorious or illustrious manner.
- Boastfully; vauntingly; ostentatiously.
- Hilariously; with reckless jollity.
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- adv. with glory or in a glorious manner
- adv. blessedly or wonderfully
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All of it swings, but in gloriously askew fashion.
Three days of cutting, weeding, and scraping, in gloriously hot weather cooled by dips in the river, and it was done.
But when I bought tickets for what was billed as "classical Chinese dance and music in gloriously colorful and exhilarating shows", I was expecting just that.
Then, as he opened his eyes, he cried out ‘Hllljh!’, for written there, shining gloriously from the tablet of light were the holy words that proved him worthy.
What am I doing with all of that "extra time" I have, now that I am once again gloriously single?
In body and brain, wherever she touches life, woman is changing gloriously from the mere creature of sex, all her race-functions held in abeyance, to the fully developed human being, none the less true woman for being more truly human.
"Ellen, dear, – he whose hand raised up those mountains and has painted them so gloriously is the very same One who has said, to you and to me, 'Ask and it shall be given you."'
How gloriously is Christ here exhibited; not, as in other places, as the Medium, but as the Dispenser of all spiritual blessings!
Obj. 2: Further, Christ rose again gloriously, that is, having a human nature with glory.
As deft a city summation as could be conjured, this phrase gloriously reduces the rich history of this once rough, now refined, frontier town to just eight descriptive words.