Definition of fugaciously in US English:

fugaciously

adverb

literary
  • See fugacious

    • ‘As the fugaciously dour temperament slips his mind, he asks if he'll find what he's been searching for all this time.’
    • ‘Ah, I weep for you, placid hours that disappeared from the scene of my life more rapidly and fugaciously than the lightning that shines on the dark road of the traveler.’
    • ‘Ah, I weep for you, placid hours that disappeared from the scene of my life more rapidly and fugaciously than lightning that shines on the dark road of the traveler.’
    • ‘Tropic of Cancer is nothing short of a true reflection of life, caught fugaciously through the written word; and this is a monumental and heroic accomplishment.’
    • ‘His mastery of note production and resonance, his frequent recourse to tremolo and other nuances are redolent of the art of great blues musicians and maybe, more fugaciously, of the one of Indian sitar players, as an indirect confirmation of his proclaimed admiration for John Coltrane.’