Alternative terms for "In an arch manner"
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Literary usage of In an arch manner
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Musical World (1851)
"... of art which are there displayed, and exclaimed, after taking a comprehensive view, in an arch manner, " Really, Mr. Barnum, this is • great country! ..."
2. Music (1902)
"... songs: "O Moonlight, Deep and Tender" and another upon verses by Jean Ingelow, "Heigho, Daisies and Buttercups 1" which is treated in an arch manner. ..."
3. The Life and Correspondence of Charles Mathews, the Elder, Comedian by Anne Jackson Mathews, Mathews (Anne Jackson), Charles Mathews, Edmund Yates (1860)
"At this inquiry, the man leered at him in an arch manner, scratching his head for a moment, and rubbing his cheek with his hand, as if puzzled how to treat ..."