Thesaurus / affectingly

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She disclaims vengeance, and affectingly tells him all her future views.

Clarissa, Volume 6 (of 9)Samuel Richardson

Nevil's frightful cry played on his ear-drum at whiles, but not too affectingly.

Here were she, Mrs Lammle, and her husband discoursing at once affectingly and effectively, but discoursing alone.

Our Mutual FriendCharles Dickens

Fear was my teacher; it taught me to appear so innocent, to implore so affectingly, that Anna herself was touched.

When they talk in the most affectingly pious manner, and really surpass you in religious sentiment, you hardly know what to do.

The Women of the ArabsHenry Harris Jessup

"Ah, torment us not with such a thought," affectingly pressed the chairman.

Life in a Thousand WorldsWilliam Shuler Harris

That sweet pensiveness, which thrills so affectingly through their music and poetry, is to them a species of luxury.

His face was, I thought, poetically and affectingly beautiful.

While this work is affectingly serious, some portions of it partake of the character of novelty.

The eyebrows made an affectingly faint try at a gesture of gratitude.

Alias The Lone WolfLouis Joseph Vance

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