noddingly


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noddingly

(ˈnɒdɪŋlɪ)
adv
by way of nodding, usually slightly
References in classic literature ?
Brooke noddingly appealed to that motive, Sir James felt a sudden embarrassment; there was a stoppage in his throat; he even blushed.
What ever job you are going to do or the profession you are attached with you must know every minute detail thereof and what other things arehappening around in the world you should at least be noddingly aware of those.
Kitson swapped Playhouse proscenium and contemplation of the after-life, for Everyman thrust stage, sitting down to noddingly and knowingly converse about his love for a lost home, and reminding us, from the outset, that the derivation of "nostalgia" has as much to do with fear as comfort.