Definition of Gushily

1. Adverb. In a gushy manner. ¹



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Definition of Gushily

1. gushy [adv] - See also: gushy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gushily

guruship
guruships
gus
gusan
gusans
gush
gushed
gusher
gushers
gushes
gushest
gusheth
gushfest
gushier
gushiest
gushily (current term)
gushiness
gushinesses
gushing
gushing(a)
gushingly
gusht
gushy
gusla
guslar
guslars
guslas
gusle
gusles
gusli

Literary usage of Gushily

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1. Modern American Plays by George Pierce Baker (1920)
"CAROLINE. Well, if you're not, what do you care? SUSAN. [gushily.] People are talking about you and Lawrence. Of course, 7 understand—but . . . CAROLINE. ..."

2. Waves of the Sea and Other Water Waves by Vaughan Cornish (1910)
"... on looking closely at a standing wave (in which the depth of water was only about 2 inches) I noticed that the water here flowed gushily—ie, ..."

3. An Experimental Psychology of Music by Karl Feininger (1909)
"But these correctives stipulate self-denying work—precisely the kind which seems constitutionally repugnant to the gushily predisposed nature of most ..."

4. Somehow Good by William Frend De Morgan (1908)
"... obscure the Goody's penetrative powers when invoked for the discomfiture of her kind. "But does not my dear boy know," she continues gushily, "that I am ..."

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