Definition of Rewardingly

1. Adverb. In a rewarding manner.

Partainyms: Rewarding



Definition of Rewardingly

1. Adverb. In a way or to an extent that is rewarding ¹

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Definition of Rewardingly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rewardingly

rewaking
rewalk
rewalked
rewalking
rewalks
rewan
reward
rewardable
rewarded
rewarder
rewarders
rewardest
rewardeth
rewardful
rewarding
rewardingly (current term)
rewardless
rewards
rewarehouse
rewarehoused
rewarehousing
rewarewa
rewarewas
rewarm
rewarmed
rewarming
rewarms
rewash
rewashed
rewashes

Literary usage of Rewardingly

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1. Victorian Prose Masters: Thackeray--Carlyle--George Eliot--Matthew Arnold by William Crary Brownell (1901)
"Yet it is the temperament, not the thinking, of men and women that is permanently and rewardingly interesting in that field of literature which fiction ..."

2. Victorian Prose Masters: Thackeray--Carlyle--George Eliot--Matthew Arnold by William Crary Brownell (1901)
"Yet it is the temperament, not the thinking, of men and women that is permanently and rewardingly interesting in that field of literature which fiction ..."

3. Victorian Prose Masters: Thackeray--Carlyle--George Eliot--Matthew Arnold by William Crary Brownell (1901)
"... o men and women that is permanently and rewardingly interesting in that field of literature which fiction constitutes. Sociology rather than psychology ..."

4. Victorian Prose Masters: Thackeray--Carlyle--George Eliot--Matthew Arnold by William Crary Brownell (1901)
"Yet it is the temperament, not the thinking, of men and women that is permanently and rewardingly interesting in that field of literature which fiction ..."

5. The Female Poets of America: With Portraits, Biographical Notices, and by Thomas Buchanan Read (1852)
"His hand had tilled it, and the fresh grass grew rewardingly, and springing plants were there, One knows not how, lifting their gentle heads In kind ..."

6. The Expositor edited by William Robertson Nicoll, Samuel Cox, James Moffatt (1885)
"imagination," as George Macdonald has well said, " can nowhere be more healthily and rewardingly occupied than in endeavouring to construct the life of an ..."

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