One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He examines Flynn's life frankly, but never sordidly.’
- ‘Hsiao-kang's compulsive attempts to escape the alienating isolation of Taipei become, then, sordidly futile, tinted ironically with the female's colorless lonesomeness in Paris.’
- ‘But there was something sordidly exciting about the offer.’
- ‘Jay and Claire, who meet rather anonymously and sordidly once a week, apparently know nothing about each other's life.’
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