consentingly


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consentingly

(kənˈsɛntɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a consenting manner
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All participants were informed about the details of the study and given time to put across any enquiries they had before enrolling in the study consentingly. The authors confirm that all related trials for this intervention were registered to the ClinicalTrials.gov (NCT1289106) on February 1, 2011.
And you my spent heart's treasure my yet unspent desire measurer past all measure cold paradox of fire as seeker so forsaken consentingly denied your solitude a token the sentries at your side fulfilment to my sorrow indulgence of your prey the sparrowhawk the sparrow the nothing that you say What can we learn from this?
In fact, I think I am not measuring anything whatever just now, and not pretending to--I find myself, much more, quite consentingly dumb in the presence of the boundless enormity" (Henry James Letters 741).