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He dwelt movingly on his state of mind when standing behind the door, waiting for Mr Seymour to come in and find him.
THE GOLD BATP. G. WODEHOUSE
In good sooth, he swore to t so movingly, twas quite piteous to hear him.
HILDEBRANDANONYMOUS
The whole thing seemed to me both preposterously lovely and quite movingly absurd.
THE DEBIT ACCOUNTOLIVER ONIONS
This is movingly represented in a poem of our author's, published in his remains called Hudibras at Court.
Young Spaniard movingly but vainly pleads for death instead of whipping.
Appletree, for his part, spoke so movingly that the people all wept with him.
SOUTH LONDONSIR WALTER BESANT
"I 'ould not show you," she begged him—movingly begged him—to believe.
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
I speak flippantly; but as a matter of fact the story of Edward and Sally is not free from tragedy, very simply and movingly told.
He had never seen anything so movingly lovely in his life as her sweet gravity.
ROBINFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
Raven felt the blood mounting to his face, she was so movingly beautiful in this scene of honest but unlovely mediocrity.
OLD CROWALICE BROWN

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