Paganly


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Pa´gan`ly


adv.1.In a pagan manner.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It seems problable that the likes of us are hopeless when it comes to writing, but even when it's just a matter of speaking, more's a pity, it looks as if we spoke in a paganly fashion and as bad as could be; not Romanian, but some God-forsaken dialect.
(16) As a result, Christianly redeemed, paganly sacrificed, he has been able to die within a Heraclitean epiphany of completion and unison with the universe: "Apple trees hanging heavy with fruit but yet unaccountably blossoming, ice rimming the spring, okra plants blooming yellow and maroon....
As if aware of the extra piece of skin it so paganly sports, his penis withers delicately when she draws near, all musky and dank and desiring to please.