Definition of Sustainedly

1. Adverb. In a way that is sustained, or that continues. ¹



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Definition of Sustainedly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sustainedly

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sussultatory
sussuration
sussurations
sustain
sustainability
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sustainable development
sustainable tourist
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sustained emotion
sustained yield
sustained yields
sustainedly (current term)
sustainer
sustainers
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Literary usage of Sustainedly

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1. The Singing of the Future by David Ffrangcon-Davies, David Thomas Ffrangcon- Davies (1905)
"They gave a sustainedly vocal ... note would frequently be the high tenor A and that he would sometimes touch the high C, flowingly and sustainedly. ..."

2. Daniel Deronda by George Eliot (1876)
"But here there was something that balanced his resistance and kept it aloof. This strong man, whose gaze was sustainedly calm and his finger-nails pink with ..."

3. George Eliot's Works by George Eliot (1894)
"This strong man whose gaze was sustainedly calm and his finger-nails pink with health, who was exercised in all questioning, and accused of excessive mental ..."

4. Some Contemporary Poets (1920) by Harold Monro, Thomas Sturge Moore (1920)
"His movements are more sustainedly happy in less original work, which is an indication that he had it in him to surpass what now remains his best. ..."

5. The Development of Shakespeare As a Dramatist by George Pierce Baker (1907)
"... though not like him sustainedly, — but the sense he leaves in the best of his plays of some underlying artistic ideal which brings those plays to a ..."

6. The Development of Shakespeare As a Dramatist by George Pierce Baker (1907)
"... though not like him sustainedly, — but the sense he leaves in the best of his plays of some underlying artistic ideal which brings those plays to a ..."

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