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Definition of Funereally
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Literary usage of Funereally
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1. Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy (1895)
"The foreground of the scene had grown funereally dark, and near objects put on the hues and shapes of ..."
2. Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc by Mark Twain (1896)
"She had on men's attire—all black; a soft woollen stuff, intensely black, funereally black, not a speck of ..."
3. Twenty Years After by Alexandre Dumas (1901)
"Suddenly the drum beat discordantly and funereally above the place; the noise of heavy continuous steps resounded over his head. ..."
4. The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.] by Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner (1899)
"She had on men's attire — all black; a soft woolen stuff, intensely black, funereally black, not a speck of relieving color in it from her throat to the ..."
5. Works by Manuel Márquez Sterling, William Makepeace Thackeray, Leslie Stephen, Louise Stanage (1899)
"... bestows on his character are by no means exaggerated : it is only the style in which they are given, which is a little too funereally encomiastic. ..."
6. Players and Playwrights I Have Known by John Coleman (1888)
"It is equally certain that he was the precursor of the modern fast young man, and the small funereally funny litterateur whose ..."