Definition of Sovranly
1. supremely [adv] - See also: supremely
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Literary usage of Sovranly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Early Reviews of English Poets, Ed. with an Introduction by John Louis Haney by John Louis Haney (1904)
"We then have in detail the tempting speeches of, first— 'The imperial Olympian, With arched eyebrow smiling sovranly, Full-eyed Here;' secondly of Pallas— ..."
2. The Formation of Tennyson's Style: A Study, Primarily of the Versification by James Francis Augustin Pyre (1921)
"... the Gods Rise up for reverence, is substituted for the less successful lines, First spake the imperial Olympian With arched eyebrow smiling sovranly ..."
3. Poems by Wilde, Oscar Wilde (1864)
"... brave Erick, with high uplifted hands— His royal robes are round him, the crown upon his head, And thus, before his people, right sovranly he said:— n. ..."