silverly

silverly

(ˈsɪlvəlɪ)
adv
1. (Colours) resembling silver
2. with a clear, metallic sound
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sil′ver•ly

(ˈsɪl vər li)

adv.
with a silvery look or sound.
[1585–95]
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References in classic literature ?
One June evening, when the orchards were pink blossomed again, when the frogs were singing silverly sweet in the marshes about the head of the Lake of Shining Waters, and the air was full of the savor of clover fields and balsamic fir woods, Anne was sitting by her gable window.
oh what sweetest of silverly notes waft up to my ears.
Now, seven years' worth of tree and bush growth on the building's west and north sides have softened the silverly blandness.
The weather is still making inroads into the fixture list and just a few miles north of here the Severn has spilled silverly over its banks into the surrounding fields, but the only water at Ludlow is coming from the hosepipe that fills the water jump.
But if a poet will not bring us closer to an understanding of lines that, in Keats's words, "leave the dinned air vibrating silverly," who will?
By the time of the last race the sun is dipping towards the horizon and the sea is on its way back, sneaking silverly, silently towards the racecourse.