Antonyms for slightingly

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It is common to hear them spoken of slightingly and contemptuously.

Nevertheless, it seems to me that a datum that preceded it was slightingly treated.

Perhaps the senorita may not treat my offer quite so slightingly as yourself.

“It could not be called a fall, Margery,” said Maria, slightingly.

I may have been wrong to speak so slightingly of those two ladies.

“Oh, they were well when I last heard,” she answered, slightingly.

“That does not take long, I suppose,” remarked Herbert, slightingly.

Nancy was excusable for supposing that he viewed her slightingly.

He had not meant to treat her slightingly, any more than he had meant to rob Mistress Lynn.

"Oh, they are Jews half of them," slightingly spoke Mr. Warburton.

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