All Adverb
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  • She let her hand lie in his a moment, smiling up at him adorably. Cited from House of Mirth, by Edith Wharton
  • He seemed so adorably good-looking, and such a shape! Cited from Red Hair, by Elinor Glyn
  • She was really adorably equipped; she was starting so very, very well. Cited from Married Life, by May Edginton
  • Black Hair looked adorably as if she didn't believe it. Cited from A Boswell of Baghdad, by E. V. Lucas
  • True, that she attempted no more than to carry his art across her fan; but how adorably she did this! Cited from Modern Painting, by George Moore
  • She was so pretty, so little, so young, so adorably friendly and innocent in her every look and word! Cited from Black Caesar's Clan, by Albert Payson Terhune
  • She held out her hands to him; she was smiling adorably. Cited from The Second Honeymoon, by Ruby M. Ayres
  • Adorably, that is, to a man's mind; other women are not always agreed upon such matters. Cited from Man to Man, by Jackson Gregory
  • She was not only the most beautiful creature he had ever seen, but the most adorably responsive. Cited from The Honorable Percival, by Alice Hegan Rice
  • Her face softened adorably and a tenderness came into the eyes which he could not see. Cited from Septimus, by William J. Locke
  • She stood flushed, smiling, adorably pretty, eyes star-like for him alone. Cited from The False Faces, by Vance, Louis Joseph
  • Let us be adorably foolish and happy, my lady, and forget for a little the evil days that approach. Cited from The Rivet in Grandfather's Neck, by James Branch Cabell
  • He was so adorably good looking and had been such a feather in her cap, although she had never been really sure of him. Cited from The Reason Why, by Elinor Glyn
  • Now that I come to think of it, there is something adorably infantile in grown up women. Cited from The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne, by W. Locke
  • She was still adorably English -- witness her on the ship! Cited from Little Novels of Italy, by Maurice Henry Hewlett
  • One brown arm and hand rested on the door frame, and, as she saw the other woman, she colored adorably. Cited from Call of the Cumberlands, by Charles Neville Buck
  • One of Richard's brothers, a few years younger than Richard and adorably cute.
  • She was blushing so adorably now that the man understood and leaped to his feet. Cited from Oh, Money! Money!,byEleanor Hodgman Porter
  • She looked at his strong figure and into his earnest eyes and laughed, so adorably, that his resentment was only passing. Cited from Jane Cable, by George Barr McCutcheon
  • Nothing in the world is quite as adorably lovely as a robin when he shows off -- and they are nearly always doing it. Cited from The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
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How adorably gets used

Meaning of adorably

  • adverb In an adorable manner
    the toddler behaved adorably