philosophically

[ fil-uh-sof-i-kuh l or fil-uh-sof-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF philosophically
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Wharton was philosophically, politically, and fashionably profligate.

"There is nothing to be done tonight," he said philosophically.

I'm rejoiced you take it so philosophically, my dear Emilia!

They know Dandy Jack, and are philosophically resigned to their fate.

“Well, there are more days coming,” laughed Polly philosophically.

Philosophically considered, the universe is composed of Nature and the Soul.

"Every one eats in his own way," answered the American, philosophically.

Her tone was philosophically gay, but upon reflection he did not wholly like her words.

"It is impossible to argue that point," he said, philosophically.

"One name will do as well as another," said the widow, philosophically.

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