Definition of Duncishly

1. [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Duncishly

dunceries
duncery
dunces
duncey
dunch
dunched
dunches
dunchin
dunching
duncical
duncified
duncifies
duncify
duncifying
duncish
duncishly (current term)
duncishness
duncy
dundasite
dundathu pine
dunder
dunderfunk
dunderhead
dunderheaded
dunderheadedness
dunderheads
dunderpate
dunderpated
dunderpates
dunders

Literary usage of Duncishly

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1. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1826)
"... to bring him over to my opinion by shewing how duncishly it is written, well knowing how much more importance young men attach to manner Mm. V. Ah ! ..."

2. England Under Seven Administrations by Albany Fonblanque (1837)
"Men, who read the broad signs of the times so duncishly, are obviously not to be trusted with the interpretation of public opinion, ..."

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