Definition of Incriminatingly
1. Adverb. In an incriminating manner.
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Literary usage of Incriminatingly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Revolution by Robert Hunter (1921)
"Day and night, printing-presses had churned out copies of that incriminatingly foolish Letter, "written by Our Hand" and we may add composed by "Our Mind. ..."
2. History of Canada: From the Time of Its Discovery Till the Union Year (1840-1) by François Xavier Garneau (1860)
"None doubted that he hud given vent to what he personally felt; and the parties incriminatingly attacked, took a malicious pleasure in punishing him at once ..."
3. Criminal Psychology: A Manual for Judges, Practitioners, and Students by Hans Gross, Horace Meyer Kallen (1911)
"... etc., to speak incriminatingly most of the time, and we cannot easily see whether they are envious. However freely one man may speak against another, ..."
4. The Mounted Police of Natal by H. P. Holt (1913)
"A number of geese were hanging incriminatingly from the saddles of the police, and these created a little suspicion until it was shown that the birds were ..."
5. By Beach and Bog-land: Some Irish Stories by Jane Barlow (1905)
"... was completely gained by the result, for Cocky, so much taken aback that he thought only of self-defence, replied incriminatingly : "Git out of my road. ..."
6. American Civilization and the Negro: The Afro-American in Relation to by Charles Victor Roman (1916)
"Public utilities are "incriminatingly entangled" with private privileges. A seat at the family fireside or a meal at the family board involves, ..."