wholesomely

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  • There is nothing more wholesomely sweet than this first boy and girl affection. Cited from Dorian, by Nephi Anderson
  • It could not happen to children who have been naturally and wholesomely brought up. Cited from Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 6 (of 6), by Havelock Ellis
  • We hear little about his childhood, he being a wholesomely unprecocious boy. Cited from George Washington, by William Roscoe Thayer
  • She sat there with his mother, and she seemed more thoroughly wholesomely unattractive than ever to him. Cited from Beyond The Rocks, by Elinor Glyn
  • Many loved her -- loved her wholesomely, with a love in which trust was a large element. Cited from The Precipice, by Elia Wilkinson Peattie
  • I had enjoyed life in Paris, and, taking all things into consideration, enjoyed it wholesomely. Cited from The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man, by James Weldon Johnson
  • He studies the daily papers with deliberation, and he has just enough duties to make him feel wholesomely busy. Cited from From a College Window, by Arthur Benson
  • Unless he is wholesomely punished, he will grow a greater scoundrel every year. Cited from The Newcomes, by William Makepeace Thackeray
  • He was not absent; his mind worked wholesomely at the same instant with his senses. Cited from What Necessity Knows, by Lily Dougall
  • These poisons are made inside your body, and you can prevent them by living healthfully and wholesomely. Cited from The Child's Day, by Woods Hutchinson
  • The perfect man would have all his faculties of thinking, feeling, and doing wholesomely blended. Cited from Platform Monologues, by T. G. Tucker
  • The air so clear and so rare filled his lungs with wholesomely sweet and reanimating breath. Cited from The Eagle's Heart, by Hamlin Garland
  • Afterward they usually kiss wholesomely and assure the other person it was all their fault. Cited from O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1920, by Various
  • After the passage of these laws the various companies further increased their tonnage, but the merchant marine grew more wholesomely for a while. Cited from Manual of Ship Subsidies, by Edwin M. Bacon
  • Without immigration the city grows more slowly but more wholesomely. Cited from Society, by Henry Kalloch Rowe
  • And in like manner nobody was ever wholesomely terrified by the thought of a general judgment. Cited from Expositions of Holy Scripture, by Alexander Maclaren
  • Even so, much may be accomplished for a man so wholesomely human as Casey Ryan. Cited from The Trail of the White Mule, by B.M. Bower
  • She was a stout woman of middle age, red of face, much given to laughter, wholesomely vulgar. Cited from Thyrza, George Gissing
  • The cry that each man would have to pay five dollars more each year for ten years was thus wholesomely disposed of, and the campaign proceeded. Cited from Twelve Men, by Theodore Dreiser
  • Do you remember, too, that night when we sate at tea, blissfully, wholesomely tired after a college match? Cited from The Upton Letters, by Arthur Benson
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Meaning of wholesomely

  • adverb In a wholesome manner
    the papers we found shed some valuable light on this question, wholesomely contradicting all lies