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Literary usage of Populously
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1. Dictionary of English and French Idioms: Illustrating, by Phrases and by Jean Roemer (1853)
"These regions are populously inhabited, ces régions sont habitées par une population nombreuse. To PORE. To pore over books, lire avec assiduité—avoir ..."
2. Dictionary of English and French Idioms: Illustrating, by Phrases and by Jean Roemer (1853)
"These regions are populously inhabited, ces régions sont habitées par une(population nombreuse. To PORE. To pore over books, lire avec assiduité—avoir ..."
3. A Dictionary of the English Language by Samuel Johnson, John Walker, Robert S. Jameson (1828)
"POPULOUSNESS, (p9p'-pu-lus-nes) n. ». The state of abounding with people. populously, (pop'-pu-lus-Ie) ad. With mnch people. PORCELAIN, (p9r'-se-lane) n. ». ..."
4. The Growth of English Industry and Commerce by William Cunningham (1890)
"The preamble sets forth how the cities were formerly very populously inhabited by craftsmen, and the children "were civily brought up and instructed" so ..."
5. America, Historical, Statistic, and Descriptive by James Silk Buckingham (1841)
"... some settling in every part, but more populously in the rich countries and agreeable climate of Central America, including California, Texas, Mexico, ..."
6. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1897)
"It was something, in that populously petticoated country side, to have a real young man from town to trot out. The other dowagers need not know that he was ..."
7. Narrative and Critical History of America by Justin Winsor (1889)
"... territory and its abounding game would seem to have well adapted it to the uses of savage life, it does not appear that it was populously occupied. ..."