Definition of Irksomely

1. Adverb. In an irksome manner; tediously. ¹



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Definition of Irksomely

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irksomely

irises
irish
irisin
irising
irislike
iritic
iritides
iritis
iritis glaucomatosa
iritises
irk
irked
irking
irks
irksome
irksomely (current term)
irksomeness
irksomenesses
iroko
irokos
iron(II) oxide
iron(II) sulfate
iron(III) oxide
iron(III) sulfate
iron-52
iron-54
iron-55
iron-56
iron-57

Literary usage of Irksomely

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1. Bisocialism: The Reign of the Man at the Margin by Oliver R. Trowbridge (1903)
"All powers of man which are irksomely exerted for the satisfaction of ... Labor-Power is the physical or mental power of man irksomely exerted for the ..."

2. The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.] by Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner (1906)
"... for it whenever he got the chance; and if the intervals between chances grew to be irksomely wide, he would invent ways of shortening them himself. ..."

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