One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Now I'm the fat girl, jiggling and bouncing in unnecessary ways while Zeek, the greatest guy around runs fitly and trimly around the racetrack.’
- ‘Her eyes softened as she looked up at Damian, ‘Ok, just don't let it happen again’ she trimly purred with deadly implications.’
- ‘Through the open doors one views a landscape with a cathedral and a trimly built manor-house.’
- ‘A petite woman with penetrating hazel eyes and trimly cut white hair, Douglas has an incorrigible intensity and buoyant sense of humor.’
- ‘We have a better representation of Queen Catherine in Dirk Stoop's trimly designed portrait (National Portrait Gallery).’
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