Synonyms for impressively

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Then pulling out his watch, he added, impressively, 'almost this minute.'

"I don't know the meaning of the word," said Harriet impressively.

"He married you in good faith," Mr. Caryll repeated quietly, impressively.

Benevolence radiated from him ridiculously, mildly, impressively.

“You must understand perfectly what I mean,” she said impressively.

"Don't tell me that it isn't good for some people to be poor," she said impressively.

So be on your guard, or the peace of this party is lost,' said Amanda, impressively.

"You hear, Dick Martin, what the gentleman says," began he impressively.

"It's a nawful pretty name," declared Miss Upton impressively.

“You are in no real danger at all if you will only do exactly what I tell you,” he declared, impressively.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, "capable of being easily impressed," from impress + -ive. Meaning "capable of making an impression on the mind or senses" is from 1775. Related: Impressively; impressiveness.

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