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- adverb So as to
graze, or brush closely against.
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It is an extraordinary tour de force, set in a grazingly Fascist Britain of the 1930s (so echoed in more recent books by Christopher Priest and papersky).
Companion Chronicles again wwhyte 2008
Terry's fingers stretched out grazingly, and brushed one of her nipples.
The Legacy of Heorot Niven, Larry 1987
Lhari grazingly with landing gear and knocked him sprawling.
The Colors of Space Marion Zimmer Bradley 1964
His teeth dug grazingly into the terrier's withers; and, with an impatient toss, he flung the little beast to one side.
Further Adventures of Lad Albert Payson Terhune 1907
The Fighting Nigger was still standing on the brow of the hill, and with his empty gun still sighting the river-bank where Black Thunder had vanished, when all in the self-same instant he heard a cry from his little master, a growl from Grumbo, and the venomous hiss of a tomahawk which grazingly passed his nose and sunk with a vengeful quiver in the trunk of a tree beside him.
Burl Morrison Heady 1872