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Definition of Steamily
1. steamy [adv] - See also: steamy
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Literary usage of Steamily
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The English Illustrated Magazine (1906)
"Two horses, standing at a distance, were cropping the trampled grass, breathing steamily in the still cold of dawn. The boy's lips trembled. " Tony ! ..."
2. On the Face of the Waters: A Tale of the Mutiny by Flora Annie Webster Steel (1897)
"The sun shone hotly, steamily, within those four inclosing walls, save on that eastern edge, where the cool breezes from the plains beyond blew through open ..."
3. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1891)
"... steamily hot and overpowering, that he asked if she would not like to leave her duties and come outside into a purer atmosphere? She went, of course. ..."
4. The Footlights, Fore and Aft by Channing Pollock (1911)
"They hiss steamily at what they are pleased to consider evil, and applaud with equal heartiness that which seems to them good. ..."
5. The Italian Valleys of the Pennine Alps: A Tour Through All the Romantic and by Samuel William King (1858)
"... in hopes of some one turning up, till the drenching clouds settled down and drifted steamily between the houses, chilling us with their raw dampness. ..."