tweedily


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tweedily

(ˈtwiːdɪlɪ)
adv
in a manner characteristic of upper-class people who live in the country
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Mrs Alving is a respectable widow, blonde, hearty and tweedily upholstered in the constricting fashions of 1881.
Before we get too tweedily comfy, we might be reminded of what can often give rise to these student errors: our lectures, often hurried, using names and terms unknown and unexplained (or "explained" three weeks earlier, before the last exam), illegible handwriting on the blackboard, speech that is tired and slurred, impatience, ad-libbing without thinking.