broodily


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broodily

(ˈbruːdɪlɪ)
adv
in a broody manner
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The track is accompanied by a music video on Anghami, where the five boys broodily go about their daily lives, from one driving down an open road to another writing in a cafe, and a third playing his guitar to himself at home.
Please give the man a woman quick - but NOT that awful new nanny - so we can see him doing what he broodily does best, and preferably shirtless.
As I looked up, I saw him put our furry Dunelm throw around his shoulders and, channelling Jon Snow looking out broodily over the Castle Black battlements, he declared: "Winter is coming.
Soules is also shown striding through a snow-covered field, staring broodily into the distance like an agrarian Mr.
Novik easily delivers several modes of wish-fulfillment through narrative here: One chapter after Agnieszka is granted the full Harry Potter/Katniss Everdeen experience, leaving her mundane life behind for the extraordinary, she's immediately delivered into a Belle/Jane Eyre situation as she's forced to share a nearly inescapable tower with the remote but broodily alluring Dragon.
And the all-important steelworks continue to broodily dominate the Redcar landscape, with about 2,000 staff now employed but its Thai owners SSI warning that a "difficult start" to 2015 will delay its return to profit.
The atmosphere is broodily dark with Baker (James Corden) and his wife (Emily Blunt) hit by a childless curse that might only be lifted if they can get the items ordered by the Witch.
Neeson Wilde Not very much, I suspect, with the cast sombrely delivering lines about trust, human frailty and the horrors of relationships while starring broodily into the middle distance.
Not very much, I suspect, with the cast sombrely delivering lines about trust and frailty while starring broodily into the middle distance.