broodily


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broodily

(ˈbruːdɪlɪ)
adv
in a broody manner
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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.
Though he doesn't have extensive experience posing broodily just yet, he did make his modelling debut last year when he was featured on the cover of Man About Town magazine.
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.
As he swaggered broodily along the touchline in disgrace, Cantona took it upon himself to plant his studs in the chest of a loud-mouth Palace fan.
Not very much, I suspect, with the cast sombrely delivering lines about trust and frailty while starring broodily into the middle distance.