rebarbatively


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rebarbatively

(rɪˈbɑːbətɪvlɪ)
adv
literary in a rebarbative manner
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His "tight and exclusive nationality" resurfaces in the face of the German language, which soon becomes saturated with the rebarbatively Teutonic atmosphere of Detsch: "Yet he was uncomfortable in Detsch.
But even though he does shed light on the diversity of his subject, the style is at times rebarbatively knotty: 'Faced by the oppositions to both modernism and a traditional mimetic, diverted by metafictional fragmentation, it appears fiction retrieves in history and in metaphor the residue of another symbolic mode, a mythic consciousness, that works toward what might be described as a fictional "historical mythopoeism"' (p.
or antifeminist, or rebarbatively pop-psychological.