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First, the reduction of war to a football statistic; but second and more meaningfully, because we all knew what that “1” was.

“By failing to meaningfully investigate or otherwise respond to consistent reports of systemic abuse,” they write.

They look at each other meaningfully—and repair to the boiler room for some torrid sex.

Negotiations with the Taliban have never meaningfully proceeded beyond talks about talks.

And that it became reality most meaningfully, among all human media and all forms of creative expression, through the music.

He looked meaningfully at Wade, the official cook of the expedition.

"Little as you deserve it," added Lord Essendine, meaningfully.

He looked meaningfully around at the room of operators, but did manage not to put his finger to his lips.

Baker glanced at us meaningfully and murmured, "I was afraid of this."

Crag suddenly remembered what he had to do, and coughed meaningfully into his lip mike.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to meaningfully, such as: consciously, knowingly, pointedly, purposely, studiously, and voluntarily.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.