Definition of Burlily
1. burly [adv] - See also: burly
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Literary usage of Burlily
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Star-points: Songs of Joy, Faith, and Promise from the Present-day Poets by Gertrude Moore Richards (1921)
"AUTUMN EDEN PHILLPOTTS Now, like a rough buffet in my face, The first breeze of Autumn, burlily swaggering through the blistered streets, ..."
2. Russia as it Really is by Carl Joubert (1905)
"They are all dogs in Russia," the official answered burlily. From the Baltic to the Yenisei the whole country is corrupt. ..."
3. Athens: Its Rise and Fall by Baron Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1875)
"... and said, burlily, "Why do you refuse my invitation?—Gods! can you suspect me of any design against your life ? ..."