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Definition of Stiflingly
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Literary usage of Stiflingly
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1. A Mandarin-Romanized Dictionary of Chinese: Including New Terms and Phrases by Donald MacGillivray (1921)
"Also hiia*. extort (o3 cha4). to snore ; very, extremely, stiflingly rank ... stiflingly rank (o4 ch'i4). dreadfully bitter (k'u» la* la* ti1). asthma (fa1 ..."
2. The Australian Abroad: Branches from the Main Routes Round the World by James Hingston (1880)
"With feet again sliding about I am hauled up some hundred or more feet of a very toilsome ascent; doubled down meanwhile in a stiflingly distressing way. ..."
3. Villette by Charlotte Brontë (1853)
"This room is stiflingly hot;" said Dr. Bretton, rising with sudden impatience. " Lucy—mother—will you come a moment to the fresh air ? ..."