One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘They giggle and whisper to each other, as cool and direct and blushingly unnerving as any group of pretty teenagers.’
- ‘When the photographer suggests that she remove her gilet for the shot, Lauren blushingly demurs on the grounds that her bra can be seen through her sweater.’
- ‘I remember giving Bernie a big hug afterwards, as he blushingly folded away his piece of crumpled paper.’
- ‘She reveals the good and the embarrassing in equal measure, but the more blushingly confessional she gets, the more candid, unrefined and gloriously nasty the record sounds.’
- ‘Then she blushingly added, ‘Sir, you have wrestled well, and overthrown more than your enemies.’’
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