commandingly


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com·mand·ing

 (kə-măn′dĭng)
adj.
1. Having command; controlling.
2. Dominating, as by magnitude or position: took a commanding lead at the polls; a commanding view of the ocean.

com·mand′ing·ly adv.
com·mand′ing·ness n.
Translations

commandingly

[kəˈmɑːndɪŋlɪ] ADV [speak] → de forma autoritaria, imperiosamente

commandingly

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And yet, somehow, did Ahab --in his own proper self, as daily, hourly, and every instant, commandingly revealed to his subordinates, --Ahab seemed an independent lord; the Parsee but his slave.
Knightley seemed determined to be heard in his turn, for most resolutely and commandingly did he say,
Naught is your science of man, naught is your science of the stars," said the archdeacon, commandingly.
Doctor Emory glanced warningly to Doctor Masters, and Doctor Masters glanced authoritatively at the sergeant who glanced commandingly at his two policemen.
I could not hear a sound, but through my glasses I saw the thin arm extended commandingly, the lower jaw moving, the eyes of that apparition shining darkly far in its bony head that nodded with grotesque jerks.
But there was also the whiff of complacency for a fixture Liverpool were expected to win commandingly.
Holiday tea is a longstanding tradition at Hotel Sorrento, a Seattle icon perched commandingly over downtown since 1909.
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Our second day began with a visit to Sao Jorge Castle, which sits commandingly on top of a hill.
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Elspeth Dutch's horns were idiomatically outstanding in Schumann's leaping, exultant Rhenish Symphony, matched by commandingly noble trombones.
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