Smoulderingly

Definitions of "Smoulderingly"

Alternative form of smolderingly. adverb

With barely repressed anger adverb

The word "Smoulderingly" in example sentences

Both the strength and weakness of Ms. Lenkiewicz's drama is that she puts at its center a love affair between an aristocratic lady, Celia Cain, played with thoroughbred high spirits by Lesley Manville, and a factory girl, Eve Douglas, the smoulderingly sensual Jemima Rooper, both of whom, having smashed windows in the course of demonstrations, elect to go to prison. Hammershoi's Charged Interiors

A boldy out lesbian in a profession that is taking slowly to out performers, Clayton is a smoulderingly beautiful mezzo-soprano and a dynamic actress; I thought she'd be a dynamite Carmen. Archive 2006-04-01

He was a Pole, and he had caught fire where others would merely have glowed smoulderingly. The Lamp of Fate

His face looked drawn, and his eyes burned smoulderingly -- like fire half-quenched. The Moon out of Reach

Only the door of the power-house glowed smoulderingly, and Poor, Dear Margaret Kirby

"One o 'thae nurses," continued the patient smoulderingly. Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 150, June 7, 1916

Luckily, head Rachel is primed to smoulderingly intervene. Life and style | guardian.co.uk

Luckily, head Rachel is primed to smoulderingly intervene. Culture | guardian.co.uk

Although smoulderingly charismatic and fortified by a teasingly doled-out back story concerning his impoverished childhood, shattering combat experiences, assumed identity and pathological inability to reveal any more of himself than a situation demands, Draper, a brilliant ad man, remains a shimmering cipher. Thestar.com - Home Page

Robert Plant's Band of Joy is a smoulderingly beautiful collection. Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

We should rejoice in his liberation, too - it's another smoulderingly beautiful collection. Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

We should rejoice in his liberation, too - it's another smoulderingly beautiful collection. Arts news, reviews and previews: culture, movies, music, theatre, books and TV

We should rejoice in his liberation, too - it's another smoulderingly beautiful collection. Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

Although smoulderingly charismatic and fortified by a teasingly doled-out back story concerning his impoverished childhood, shattering combat experiences, assumed identity and pathological inability to reveal any more of himself than a situation demands, Draper, a brilliant ad man, remains a shimmering cipher. Thestar.com - Home Page

Robert Plant's Band of Joy is a smoulderingly beautiful collection. Arts news, reviews and previews: culture, movies, music, theatre, books and TV

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