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Definition of Gnawingly
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Literary usage of Gnawingly
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1. Adventures of a Younger Son by Edward John Trelawny (1890)
"... sufferings became so gnawingly acute as to threaten a speedy termination, scarcely was I sensible; I possessed only a half kind of feeling that death ..."
2. An American with Lord Roberts by Julian Ralph (1901)
"All day thousands of men had been gnawingly hungry, and thirsty beyond the power of description. It is said that when the Boers ran away scores, ..."
3. A Critical Commentary on the Book of Daniel: Designed Especially for by John Dyneley Prince (1899)
"... akalu "to eat gnawingly, to slander, accuse falsely" (AW. p. 597)u. It is quite possible that the form of the ..."
4. Men Around the Kaiser: The Makers of Modern Germany by Frederic William Wile (1914)
"Secretly and gnawingly the Conservatives were awaiting their chance to send the Chancellor to the guillotine. The Finance Reform Bill was their opportunity. ..."