One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He is fascinated by the world of ideas, idiosyncratic, questingly intellectual and a person who finds the channels of painting, music and words the most suited to expressing his rich interior world and his creative potential.’
- ‘But gradually England's hopes of winning were fading; only Cowdrey went questingly on, unable to believe that the weather could thwart him again.’
- ‘Luxton can turn inward questingly when his own condition threatens to pin him as a butterfly is pinned..., and he embraces a natural world that will always hold sway among poets.’
- ‘Indeed, this is a welcome worked example of liberal theology, where the medium exactly matches the message, and the author is more determined to journey questingly with equally inquisitive companions than to claim a triumphant arrival long before journey's end.’
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