clinchingly

clinchingly

(ˈklɪntʃɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a clinching manner
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Tempo-relationships seem as though newly-forged; in the Fifth Symphony, for example, the slow movement's coda is clinchingly faster than what has gone before; the Trio section of the spectral scherzo is delivered at a hair-raising speed - twice.
Also clinchingly is the omission of the clause that "the constituent units shall be autonomous and sovereign" in the League Legislators' Convention resolution of 1946.
More clinchingly, Reynolds offered his own version of the formula when he described his "Journey from London to Brentford" (parodying Baretti's book) in 1771: "I wish'd for the fanciful pencil of Zuccerelli [sic] to have taken a sketch of it" (qtd.