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Definition of Concentratedly
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Literary usage of Concentratedly
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1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1870)
"No other spot on the shores of New- England is invested with a more venerable or more continuous series of associations so definitely and so concentratedly ..."
2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1828)
"... concentratedly brilliant, as Sheridan's—but it was more prompt, redundant, and disposable—and, if it may be so said, more logical— whilst his ridicule, ..."
3. The Expository Times by James Hastings, Ann Wilson Hastings, Edward Hastings (1889)
"Such a sinner (and such is, eg, the blasphemer against the Holy Ghost, that Spirit who is the concentratedly Holy, being Holiness itself) où« £ ..."
4. The Life of Henry Irving by Austin Brereton (1908)
"more concentratedly than all the other actors put together, and the most important lesson of my working life I learnt j; from him, that to do one's work ..."