One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The warm, jovial man that had met us at the drawbridge now had solidified, becoming a cold-hearted sentinel that seemed to march metallically across the carpeted floor.’
- ‘I pass between mighty sentinel-like pines and come out at a crest with Wellington City below to my left and the Harbour glittering metallically beyond.’
- ‘He took a bunch of pictures with it, and sure enough, they too look as metallically eerie and ghostlike as if they'd been lost in archives for a century.’
- ‘‘Apology accepted’ I would breath metallically at her lifeless form.’
- ‘The chair was still ringing metallically from the impact.’
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