One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Seventy years ago an Eton schoolmaster dotingly built his soprano wife a bijou opera-house beside the country pile he inherited on the Sussex Downs at Glyndebourne.’
- ‘‘It is ultimately up to them,’ he says, looking dotingly at his daughters.’
- ‘It is dotingly displayed, like everything else, under dramatic lighting that illuminates heirloom tomatoes as if they were heirloom diamonds.’
- ‘Catherine smiled dotingly on the little girl she had raised since that day eight years ago.’
- ‘‘They cannot possibly compare to you,’ I said dotingly into her ear.’
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