sedulously

ADVERB
  1. in a sedulous manner
    this illusion has been sedulously fostered
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How To Use sedulously In A Sentence

  • The perfect insects haunt sunny sedges and tree-stems -- whence the one is often called the sedge, the other the alder-fly -- and from thence drop into the trouts 'mouths; and within six inches of the bank will the good angler work, all the more sedulously and even hopefully if he sees no fish rising. Prose Idylls, New and Old
  • He who sits still in a house all the time may be the greatest vagrant of all; but the saunterer, in the good sense, is no more vagrant than the meandering river, which is all the while sedulously seeking the shortest course to the sea. July « 2008 « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground
  • Whilst it is most important that nothing should be done to give colour to the idea sedulously promoted by the Hindu politician that Government intend to favour, or, as he generally puts it, to "pamper," the Indian Unrest
  • From there, he would bring back postcards, sedulously and with obvious pleasure gleaned from their racks in various museums and churches at 10 to 20 lire each: Caravaggios, Bellinis, Michelangelos. The Forever City
  • Clearly in light of the comments throughout, the element of confidentiality is essential to the maintenance of the relationship and is one which the community wishes to sedulously foster.
  • this illusion has been sedulously fostered
  • Artifice and ballad preciosity have been cultivated more sedulously in the south, with a learned use of the repetend, archaism of style, and imitation of the quaint mediaeval habit of mind. A History of English Romanticism in the Nineteenth Century
  • Despite the mythology, sedulously disseminated by the complicit Scottish media, there never was a pro-devolution consensus.
  • She had sedulously filled it with occupations, and her occupations had proved fertile in keeping her mind from idleness, and in restoring it to chearfulness. Cecilia
  • Still, rebellion had a dress code and I followed it as sedulously as I had the one for the Brownies and Catholic School.
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