Definition of Costively. Meaning of Costively. Synonyms of Costively

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Definition of Costively

Costively
Costively Cos"tive*ly, adv. In a costive manner.

Meaning of Costively from wikipedia

- laxatives in this group of people. Obstructed defecation Rectal tenesmus "Costiveness – Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary". Archived...
- primary stuff of literary satire. Among these sacret targets, matters costive and defecatory play an important part. ... from the earliest times, satirists...
- certain breeding, or tightened to convey the snarkiness often heard in the costive Norrell." Prebble interrupts the main text to read the footnotes, announcing...
- patterns before the outbreak, or the disease has mutated to a new form. Costive m****ive detection and isolation of susceptible close contacts have effects...
- setting x = y Truly random search is purely by luck and varies from very costive to very lucky, but the structured random search is strategic. A number...
- corruptible corsage corsair corset cortege corvee corvette cost costal costive costume coterie cotillion cottage cotton, Old Fr. coton couch cougar coulee...
- surely must have hurt the rump ⁠Of this poetic dandy. His rhymes are of the costive kind, ⁠And barren as each valley In deserts which he left behind ⁠Has been...
- primary stuff of literary satire. Among these sacret targets, matters costive and defecatory play an important part. ... from the earliest times, satirists...
- Monfreid himself bought huge amounts of honey, which he took to counter the costive effects of opium. Eventually Monfreid was betra**** to the local gendarmerie...
- last peasant, who "exudes the aromas of wet leather and horse manure, costive dogs, turnips, rainwater and cabbage water, sausages, verdigris, woollen...