authoritatively

[ uh-thawr-i-tey-tiv, uh-thor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF authoritatively

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"Both of you may stop now," said Professor Maxon authoritatively.

“Go around to Helen, and—take that gun,” she said authoritatively.

She was moving towards the door when Artois stopped her authoritatively.

"Stay—I cannot permit this," interposed the Chief Justice, authoritatively.

"The cause of failure was very different," said O'Hallo-ran, authoritatively.

"You must come back to your ship with me," said Lingard, authoritatively.

"I'll speak to you after all's over," said Father Dennis authoritatively in Dan's ear.

"They'll never stand for her going on the stage," said Quin authoritatively.

Not authoritatively reported from the other New England states.

"Tell me the story of this little girl," he said authoritatively.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR AUTHORITATIVELY

officially

adverbwith official approval
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