Definition of Engagedly

1. adv. With attachment; with interest; earnestly.



Definition of Engagedly

1. Adverb. With attachment or interest; earnestly. ¹

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Definition of Engagedly

1. [adv]

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Literary usage of Engagedly

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1. Lectures on Revivals of Religion by Charles Grandison Finney (1835)
"He may pray ever so engagedly, and increase in fluency and apparent pathos, and yet have no grace. People who have no grace often do so. ..."

2. The Harleian Miscellany; Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and by William Oldys, John J. Malham (1810)
"... would les. sen the number of conciliators, which cannot themselves now write, but as engagedly biassed to one side, or other : but these are desiderata, ..."

3. The Biographical Annual: Containing Memoirs of Eminent Persons, Recently by Rufus Wilmot Griswold (1841)
"He was of thosĀ« who feel the stirrings of an ambitious and richly endowed spirit within them, but to whom it is not permitted to enter engagedly in the ..."

4. A History of the State of Vermont: From Its Discovery and Settlement to the by Nathan Hoskins (1831)
"The party in power entered so engagedly upon the measures of the general government as to exceed the bounds of prudence in some of their proceedings. tender ..."

5. A Dictionary of Printers and Printing: With the Progress of Literature by Charles Henry Timperley (1839)
"... it would lessen the number of conciliateurs which cannot themselves now write, but as engagedly biassed to one side or other, but these are, ..."

6. Lectures on Revivals of Religion by Charles Grandison Finney (1835)
"He may pray ever so engagedly, and increase in fluency and apparent pathos, and yet have no grace. People who have no grace often do so. ..."

7. The Harleian Miscellany; Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and by William Oldys, John J. Malham (1810)
"... would les. sen the number of conciliators, which cannot themselves now write, but as engagedly biassed to one side, or other : but these are desiderata, ..."

8. The Biographical Annual: Containing Memoirs of Eminent Persons, Recently by Rufus Wilmot Griswold (1841)
"He was of thosĀ« who feel the stirrings of an ambitious and richly endowed spirit within them, but to whom it is not permitted to enter engagedly in the ..."

9. A History of the State of Vermont: From Its Discovery and Settlement to the by Nathan Hoskins (1831)
"The party in power entered so engagedly upon the measures of the general government as to exceed the bounds of prudence in some of their proceedings. tender ..."

10. A Dictionary of Printers and Printing: With the Progress of Literature by Charles Henry Timperley (1839)
"... it would lessen the number of conciliateurs which cannot themselves now write, but as engagedly biassed to one side or other, but these are, ..."

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