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Definition of Rippingly
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Literary usage of Rippingly
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1. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce (1916)
"... the rector's pedantic bass and then, laughing at his failure, asked Stephen to do it. — Go on, Dedalus, he urged, you can take him off rippingly. ..."
2. Face to Face with Great Musicians by Charles David Isaacson (1921)
"The man at the piano sings, but the melody coming from his lips is the story of an old man dreaming of memories gone by. And rippingly up and down the ..."