One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘She slapped the insect against her side mightily, with a gesture like a very fat man swarthily admiring his own girth.’
- ‘Marry this voices from Liszt's Totentanz and Bax's Symphonic Variations and you have some general sense of a work which is striving and indomitable, swarthily decorative, hieratic and grandiloquent.’
- ‘Just ahead of me in the checkout line was a really swarthily handsome young guy, perhaps Arab, dressed casually Western.’
- ‘He was charming and swarthily handsome but equally jealous and controlling.’
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