Definition of Gawkily

1. Adverb. In a gawky manner. ¹



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Definition of Gawkily

1. gawky [adv] - See also: gawky

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gawkily

gawbies
gawby
gawcier
gawciest
gawcy
gawd
gawds
gawk
gawked
gawker
gawkers
gawkers' block
gawkier
gawkies
gawkiest
gawkily (current term)
gawkiness
gawkinesses
gawking
gawkish
gawkishly
gawkishness
gawkishnesses
gawks
gawky
gawm
gawmless
gawn
gawns
gawntree

Literary usage of Gawkily

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1. The Passionate Friends by Herbert George Wells (1913)
"... carefully "turned out" people, living gawkily, thinking gawkily, talking nothing but sport and gossip, relaxing at rare intervals into sentimentality ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1892)
"... think that's enough; I'll go now to my aunt," and crossed the garden gawkily to a group in the centre of which dawdled young Herr Notary Wilhelm Fuchs. ..."

3. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris, George Grove (1876)
"... lays who are distinctly visible to the mind's eye of a reader of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream, and can be but gawkily represented on the stage. ..."

4. A Golden Wedding: And Other Tales by Ruth McEnery Stuart (1893)
"A murmur of suppressed mirth ran through the court as the tall, gaunt wearer of a white swiss dress stalked gawkily upon the stand. Priscilla meant that her ..."

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