rebarbatively


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rebarbatively

(rɪˈbɑːbətɪvlɪ)
adv
literary in a rebarbative manner
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or antifeminist, or rebarbatively pop-psychological.
The most fascinating paper for most readers of this collection is that by Kerby-Fulton entitled, slightly rebarbatively, `Langland and the bibliographic ego', a paper that will be deservedly widely cited since it starts from a general discussion of the ways in which an author in the medieval period can manifest authorial self-consciousness `within the narrative frame-work of the text itself' (p.
I have the feeling that Pulp Fiction looks as good as it does partly because, its formidable virtues aside, studio pictures have become more idiotic, rebarbatively predictable, and smug.