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Definition of Compellingly
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Literary usage of Compellingly
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1. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1906)
"Furthermore, he possesses the human quality; he knows how to touch the heart- chord, to give to fiction that interest that appeals compellingly to the ..."
2. The Stories Editors Buy and why by Jean Wick (1921)
"... tell a story compellingly—so compellingly that when one is through reading, there is a very definite emotional response which stays with the reader. ..."
3. Where Flows Hood River by Marion Cook Stow, Marion Cook (1907)
"Luring/}', teasing/}', lovingly withal, And yet all-compellingly doth my river call; And my heart an answer cries, While the quick tears blur my eyes, ..."
4. Phi Delta Kappan by Phi Delta Kappa (1912)
"They set up three objectives: (1) To make the study of the body and its health compellingly interesting. (2) To provide strong motivation for acquiring ..."
5. Teachers College Record by Columbia University. Teachers College (1916)
"It is compellingly cheaper than any steam power." " For a Solution of the Water Power Problem." World's Work, 26:50x5-1, September, 1913. ..."
6. The Economic Consequences of the Peace by John Maynard Keynes (1920)
"... whether as between Europe and America, or as between Germany and the rest of Europe, does not spring compellingly from their sense of justice or duty? ..."