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  • adverb In a humoristic way.


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humoristic +‎ -ally


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  • The author humoristically proposes a new role for Mr. Chirac\'s nation, which remains a Great, albeit silent, Power. '

    Billet Doux for Jacques Chirac 2006

  • A Frenchman, under the title "La dyspepsie des gens d'esprit," in the Paris _Revue Scientifique_ of August 18, shows how utterly disregarded are the sanitary rules at the dinners of well bred people in France; and an American lady in a recent edition of a well known New York daily humoristically enlarges upon the offenses committed against health by persons of her own sex while dining in the largest city of the United States.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 664, September 22,1888 Various

  • I can’t connect the info on this McLaren in Wikipedia to ID, not humoristically.

    Where's the ID Research? - The Panda's Thumb 2006


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