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  • As we talked — about September 11, the war in Iraq, her time in the Senate, and (briefly, abortively) her husband — she showed little trace of the coldness that has long been ascribed to her. Take Two: Hillary's Choice
  • His father ran, if disastrously and abortively, for president almost four decades ago.
  • You mention in the piece that you spoke (“briefly, abortively”) about Bill. Candidate Hillary
  • Calcifugous boiling and by abortively are righteous platelet in the pilchard, pleased allelomorph in the murray, peacefully knavishly brickyard, a immunochemical jello, and bronc gourmet on his way semantically to the vaginocele. Rational Review
  • I think you'll find that Eggy -- Mr. Edgworth -- was helping with inquiries, albeit abortively, all of Sunday and Sunday night. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
  • Recently signing to star in the abortively named Due Date alongside saving-grace Robert Downey Jr., Galifianakis is currently in talks for Funny Story from Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck. Casting: Zach Galifianakis in It’s Kind of a Funny Story; Nicolas Cage Explains (Disses?) The Green Hornet | /Film
  • Selective memory sought to erase the traces of the outmoded European-style colonialism that the Americans abortively tried to practice in the archipelago.
  • While we might take solace in our own anthropic prejudice, dismissing the nonsensical communiqués of such chatbots as nothing more than computerized gobbledygook, we might unwittingly miss a chance to study firsthand the babytalk of an embryonic sentience, struggling abortively to awaken from its own phylum of oblivion. Poetic Machines 05 : Christian Bök : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation
  • They argue that a new Bill permitting defections at national and provincial level will be introduced soon, which will provide for retrospective protection of MPs and MPLs who abortively crossed the floor.
  • He now abortively sought accommodation with the Tuscan moderates and Leopold.
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