Definition of Broodily
1. broody [adv] - See also: broody
Lexicographical Neighbors of Broodily
Literary usage of Broodily
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1915)
"... that the females settled broodily upon them again as though nothing had happened to their nursery treasures. So much for the power of instinct and habit ..."
2. A Book about Books by Robert Blatchford (1903)
"... I was wandering broodily along Ludgate Circus, with Browning's lines running through my mind like a tune— For spring bade the sparrows pair, ..."
3. The Argo by Williams College (1884)
"[SAT in my room with my feet stretched across the chair opposite me, broodily ga/ing, not in he smoldering ashes, for I did not boast of an pen fire, ..."
4. Best Loved Hotels 2007: Britain and Irelandby Best Loved Hotels by Best Loved Hotels (2006)
"... the hide-out of 17th century smugglers on the Solway coast, while the Lake District's peaks loom broodily on the horizon. The house was originally ..."
5. The Flying U's Last Stand by B. M. Bower, C.H. Simonds Company, Little, Brown and Company (1915)
"The Happy Family listened to him soberly, their eyes staring broodily at the picture he conjured. " Well, by golly, we're makin' our last stand, ..."
6. Satan: A Romance of the Bahamas by Henry De Vere Stacpoole (1920)
"And now Jude's given the show away I" "I told you I'd tell him," said Jude broodily. "Told me you'd tell him! Why, ever since last fall you've been at me to ..."