One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Instead of standing as if she were balancing a book on her head, she was knock-kneed and coltishly awkward.’
- ‘Critically acclaimed and coltishly adored, the album was recorded to the highest standards.’
- ‘He is coltishly appealing, brave, leathery, and a West Pointer.’
- ‘Though nursing a cold, he is coltishly exuberant about his love for acting, discovering literature, his first big movie and New York - including the subways.’
- ‘You've just got off your flight to Delhi and, with the innocence and exuberance of a new-born lamb, you bound coltishly out into the street.’
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