[ UK /ˈæməɹəsli/ ]
  1. in an amorous manner
    he looked at her amorously
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How To Use amorously In A Sentence

  • If the show is glamorously elaborate, however, it's worth noting that the album that it's nominally promoting – 2010's Aphrodite – is really as near as Minogue is ever going to come to a back-to-basics record. This week's new live music
  • Dynamic Rachel York is more belt-y than torchy on "Come Summer," but effective just the same, and is amorously avaricious in a money medley. Salutes to Cy and Stanley
  • glamorously" at a young age - because he always wanted to emulate his idol SID VICIOUS. Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • Among those not buying into the "Celebrity Rehab" school of repentant confession: Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones, whose iconic status for nearly half a century has been inextricably — and often glamorously — linked to his dissolute lifestyle. The Rehab Album
  • It was not one of the main group of eight, but was relegated to a second tier unglamorously called the "Plus Five" countries (along with India, Brazil, South Africa and Mexico). China Faces the Challenges of International Leadership
  • The picture painted by Eric Kaufmann of future society divided clamorously between fundamentalist atheists and dogmatically religious groups is not pretty. Rory Fitzgerald: Richard Dawkins and Atheist Crimes
  • She looked at him, her eyes sparkling with life in the dim light, her curled hair falling glamorously over her bare shoulders, and Alex thought to himself that he'd never seen her so beautiful.
  • Mrs. West rushed through the second verse of the song, bowed breathlessly, and ran down the steps of the stage and back to the refuge of the balcony, while the audience applauded with perfunctory politeness and called clamorously to the musicians to "Let her go! Cinderella And Other Stories
  • Last week's mystery wedding picture showed a glamorously dressed couple in their middle years, who could well have been foreign.
  • So elegant foie gras is offset by the spartan clarity of white asparagus one night, and more glamorously contrasted with piquant papaya, mango, and peppers the next.
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