Definition of Rattlingly

1. Adverb. With a rattling sound or motion. ¹



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Definition of Rattlingly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rattlingly

rattlesnake weed
rattlesnakes
rattletrap
rattletraps
rattleweed
rattleweeds
rattlewings
rattlewort
rattlier
rattliest
rattlin
rattline
rattlines
rattling
rattling(a)
rattlingly (current term)
rattlings
rattlins
rattly
ratton
rattons
rattoon
rattooned
rattooning
rattoons
rattrap
rattraps
ratty
ratu
ratus

Literary usage of Rattlingly

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1824)
"The doves and rooks who meet at Brooks', sob loudly, fast, and faster, Anil shake in skin as rattlingly as they ere shook the castor. ..."

2. The War in the Cradle of the World, Mesopotamia by Eleanor Franklin Egan (1918)
"... and each of them is pulled rattlingly and recklessly along the toy track by two hot, disgusted-looking, knock-kneed dwarf horses that lean against each ..."

3. The War in the Cradle of the World, Mesopotamia by Eleanor Franklin Egan (1918)
"... of pilgrims to and from the sacred- ness of the ancient mosque, and each of them is pulled rattlingly and recklessly along the toy track by two hot, ..."

4. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1844)
"... like ships on a quicksand! And shake in their shoes. We are strappers — that's truth. It's the tune of the ditty We rattlingly sing ! ..."

5. Life and Letters of Wilder Dwight: Lieut.-col. Second Mass. Inf. Vols by Wilder Dwight, Elizabeth Amelia Dwight (1868)
"When we got near Charlestown, Colonel Gordon hurried on with his cavalry, and all four squadrons whirled down the main street rattlingly. ..."

6. A History of Rome and Floyd County, State of Georgia, United States of by George Magruder Battey (1922)
"and all would go rattlingly. Then there is the military method. Guests form in column of twos and troop in to the tune of a stirring march on the phonograph ..."

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