admonitorily


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admonitorily

(ədˈmɒnɪtərɪlɪ)
adv
in an admonitory manner
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References in classic literature ?
"Children, children," said Agatha, admonitorily, "do not forget that you are sworn friends."
(50) The tragic hero Christopher Tietjens declares, as if admonitorily apostrophizing Conrad's Napoleonic tales, "No more Hope, no more Glory, no more parades for you and me any more.
As David Burnley notes, a casual survey of the earliest section of the OED produces a healthy sample of "Carlylese," including admonitorily, affordable, anonymity, approximately, autobiographical, and baggy (303-4).