believingly


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believingly

(bɪˈliːvɪŋlɪ)
adv
with belief; in a believing manner
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
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Adv.1.believingly - in a credulous mannerbelievingly - in a credulous manner; "the children followed the teacher credulously"
disbelievingly, incredulously, unbelievingly - in an incredulous manner; "the woman looked up at her incredulously"
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These two portrayed their characters believingly -with Gabunada as the probinsyano unfazed by seeking his one, true love while keeping hopeful idealism for the country, and Magdangal for hitting the high notes as he sang in heartbreak for what happened to their present-day selves and to the what-ifs they might have been living instead.
Bigelow's team spent a year developing a special camera for SQUID sequences that believingly approximated human vision, (7) and these sequences remain startling to this day.
Mary is a type of the church because it is the task of every Christian to enter believingly into Christ's saving work.
Needless to mention here is that the junior officers were posted on several senior posts believingly to "oblige" the blue eyed ones.
Why did I do that?" she asks herself believingly. "I did it because I felt I d no other options.
Believingly strongly in a personal approach, to further help guests navigate the Living Well waters, Brown and Carter are often on hand at store level.
Some laughed incredulously, but believingly, when they first heard of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown's final encounter at No 10, as Blair passed the baton to Brown and made for the door, his final departure.
He has only to accept believingly and trustingly his own transcendental hope of resurrection and, therefore, also be on the look out ...