unbenignly

unbenignly

(ˌʌnbɪˈnaɪnlɪ)
adv
in an unbenign or malignant manner
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O blatant Magazines, regard me rather-Since I blush to belaud myself a moment-As some rare little rose, a piece of inmost Horticultural art, or half-coquette-like Maiden, not to be greeted unbenignly. (12) The poem is written in its titular meter, based on Latin hendecasyllabics known best from their large presence in Catullus' poetry.
O blatant Magazines, regard me rather-- Since I blush to belaud myself a moment-- As some rare little rose, a piece of inmost Horticultural art, or half coquette-like Maiden, not to be greeted unbenignly. (11)
So don't greet it unbenignly, but don't take its blushes at face value either.