affectingly

ADVERB
  1. in a poignant or touching manner
    she spoke poignantly
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How To Use affectingly In A Sentence

  • At that moment the sop is given; offer of friendship is once more made -- and how affectingly! Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • Then turning to the witness he said, blandly: 'My poor friend, if you considered Cerberus to be three dogs anyhow, why did you in your examination a moment since refer to the avalanche of caninity, of which you so affectingly speak, as him?' The Enchanted Typewriter
  • Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own affectingly hymns the singer's late father, pulling back from mawkishness.
  • The work is filled with mentions of murders, drug heists and beatings, but the focus ultimately - and affectingly - rests on the more quotidian dramas.
  • Their derivativeness is fine when the songs are catchy: opener Saying Goodbye is thrillingly brash, while Better Off Without It is a terrific anti-love song, Craig Fox's voice catching affectingly on Patrick Keeler's cloppy percussion. The Greenhornes: **** - review
  • Let's anticipate abender what God has adored us with, and what we are doing anniversary day to advance ourselves brainyly, dre beats, concretely, affectingly.
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