learnedly

All Adverb
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  • Did you think we were talking very learnedly about things we didn't know much about! Cited from Ethel Morton at Rose House, by Mabell S. C. Smith
  • He and I have got quite acquainted of late and talk most learnedly together. Cited from The Life and Letters of Elizabeth Prentiss, by George L. Prentiss
  • So do not fear, little ones, that we shall talk too learnedly for you yet awhile. Cited from The Nursery, No. 109, January, 1876, Vol. XIX., by Unknown
  • I can guess well enough how learnedly he would prate, and how little he could do. Cited from A Strange Story, by E. B. Lytton, Vol. 8
  • When he recovered he spoke learnedly about its clothes as evidence of its heathen origin. Cited from Children of the Tenements, by Jacob A. Riis
  • Mr. Weller made no reply, but once more shook his head most learnedly. Cited from The Pickwick Papers, by Charles Dickens
  • Still less do I desire to talk learnedly. Cited from Intentions, by Oscar Wilde
  • When doctors wish to kill any one, they do it learnedly, by poison or by some scientific method. Cited from Conscience by Hector Malot, v1
  • Still to watch on I had been well content, Thus to converse so learnedly with you. Cited from The German Classics of The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Vol. I.
  • Others can name the plates of a coat of armour more learnedly than he, but he made men wear them. Cited from Essays in Little, by Andrew Lang
  • Field and line officers gathered in groups and spoke more learnedly of what they apprehended with no greater clearness. Cited from The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce, Vol. II, by Ambrose Bierce
  • Dave spoke learnedly, for his Sunday paper had devoted a page to something of this sort. Cited from The Wrong Twin, by Harry Leon Wilson
  • They knew Cleek, and knew that here was the crisis of the case they had presented so learnedly. Cited from The Riddle of the Frozen Flame, by Mary E. Hanshew & Thomas W. Hanshew
  • It signifies very little to me that she can talk more learnedly than I can about prose and verse. Cited from Memoirs And Historical Chronicles Of The Courts Of Europe, by Various
  • Jenny could perhaps hardly discourse learnedly upon such things: she must follow the dictates of her nature. Cited from Nocturne, by Frank Swinnerton
  • He has no sheepskin in a dead language with our learned doctors' names learnedly inscribed. Cited from Quiet Talks about Jesus, by S. D. Gordon
  • Very learnedly, in good faith, he hath also a smack in poetry. Cited from A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Vol. IX, by Various
  • And they argued so long and learnedly and well that the food went utterly to waste and they went away more hungry than when they had come. Cited from Sermons on Biblical Characters, by Clovis G. Chappell
  • This agreement and almost identity has, ever since the time of Justin, been pointed out and learnedly defended. Cited from Aurelian, by William Ware
  • After which he learnedly harangued on sonnet-writing, and its different numbers. Cited from Life Of Johnson, V1, by Boswell, ed. Birkbeck Hill
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