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Accusingly Ac*cus"ing*ly, adv.
In an accusing manner.
AmusinglyAmusing A*mus"ing, a.
Giving amusement; diverting; as, an amusing story. --
Caressingly Ca*ress"ing*ly, ad.
In caressing manner.
Carousingly Ca*rous"ing*ly, adv.
In the manner of a carouser.
Debasingly De*bas"ing*ly, adv.
In a manner to debase.
DecreasinglyDecreasing De*creas"ing, a.
Becoming less and less; diminishing. -- De*creas"ing*ly,
Decreasing series (Math.), a series in which each term is
numerically smaller than the preceding term.
Depressingly De*press"ing*ly, adv.
In a depressing manner.
Despisingly De*spis"ing*ly, adv.
Disposingly Dis*pos"ing*ly, adv.
In a manner to dispose.
Dispraisingly Dis*praising*ly, adv.
By way of dispraise.
EnterprisinglyEnterprising En"ter*pri`sing, a.
Having a disposition for enterprise; characterized by
enterprise; resolute, active or prompt to attempt; as, an
enterprising man or firm. -- En"ter*pri`sing*ly, adv.
Guessingly Guess"ing*ly, adv.
By way of conjecture. --Shak.
Hissingly Hiss"ing*ly, adv.
With a hissing sound.
Imposingly Im*pos"ing*ly, adv.
In an imposing manner.
Increasingly In*creas"ing*ly, adv.
More and more.
Losingly Los"ing*ly, adv.
In a manner to incur loss.
Missingly Miss"ing*ly, adv.
With a sense of loss. [Obs.] --Shak.
Musingly Mus"ing*ly, adv.
In a musing manner.
Passingly Pass"ing*ly, adv.
Pausingly Paus"ing*ly, adv.
With pauses; haltingly. --Shak.
PleasinglyPleasing Pleas"ing, a.
Giving pleasure or satisfaction; causing agreeable emotion;
agreeable; delightful; as, a pleasing prospect; pleasing
manners. ``Pleasing harmony.' --Shak. ``Pleasing features.'
--Macaulay. -- Pleas"ing*ly, adv. -- Pleas"ing*ness, n.
Syn: Gratifying; delightful; agreeable. See Pleasant.
Posingly Pos"ing*ly, adv.
So as to pose or puzzle.
PrepossessinglyPrepossessing Pre`pos*sess"ing, a.
Tending to invite favor; attracting confidence, favor,
esteem, or love; attractive; as, a prepossessing manner. --
Pre`pos*sess"ing*ly, adv. PressinglyPressing Press"ing, a.
Urgent; exacting; importunate; as, a pressing necessity. --
Press"ing*ly, adv. PromisinglyPromising Prom"is*ing, a.
Making a promise or promises; affording hope or assurance;
as, promising person; a promising day. -- Prom"is*ing*ly,
Prosingly Pros"ing*ly, adv.
Rousingly Rous"ing*ly, adv.
In a rousing manner.
SurpassinglySurpassing Sur*pass"ing, a.
Eminently excellent; exceeding others. ``With surpassing
glory crowned.' --Milton. -- Sur*pass"ing*ly, adv. --
Sur*pass"ing*ness, n. SurprisinglySurprising Sur*pris"ing, a.
Exciting surprise; extraordinary; of a nature to excite
wonder and astonishment; as, surprising bravery; a surprising
escape from danger. -- Sur*pris"ing*ly, adv. --
Syn: Wonderful; extraordinary; unexpected; astonishing;
Meaning of Singly from wikipedia
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-fed electric machine
is a broad
term which covers ordinary electric motors
generators. Such machines
have only one external
- lobe can help predict where addition
to pi ligands
will occur. A SOMO is a singly occupied molecular orbital
such as half-filled HOMO of a radical. This abbreviation...
- François de Singly
is a French sociologist
at Paris Descartes
University. He has worked
a lot about
family. Society portal
- In topology, a topological space
is called simply connected
(or 1-connected, or 1-simply connected) if it is path-connected and every
- subcategorization based
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- more orbitals
of equal energy
are available, electrons
them singly before filling
them in pairs. The rule, discovered
even or doubly
even if it is a multiple
of 4, and oddly
even or singly
even if it is not. (The former names
- ionization energy applies
to the further removal
of an electron
from a singly
, doubly, etc., charged
ion. For ionization energies measured
in the unit...