Definition of Loveably
1. loveable [adv] - See also: loveable
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Literary usage of Loveably
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The 'Agamemnon' of Aeschylus by Aeschylus, Arthur Woollgar Verrall (1904)
"... and she, having sung swan-like her last sad song of death, lies by him loveably, ... literally ' she lies loveably to him (as he to her) '. ..."
2. Representative British Dramas, Victorian and Modern by Montrose Jonas Moses (1918)
"He would seem so wholly but for that touch of "self worship which is often self mistrust"; his mother's gift, appearing nowadays less loveably in her as a ..."
3. Sacred Poetry: Consisting of Psalms and Hymns, Adapted to Christian Devotion by Jeremy Belknap, John Clarke (1812)
"•sus saves from sin and death, promises are sure ; i this rock our souls may rest, loveably secure. hese tidings be receiv'dh universal joy ; t the high ..."
4. The Mystic and Other Poems by Philip James Bailey (1855)
"The spirit-world, thus loveably coerced, Did homage, in such service deeming them Triumphant; and reciprocal with all, All loyally he ruled. ..."