encouragingly encouragingly


  • (adv) in an encouraging manner


  1. Vilsack's spoken encouragingly about capping subsidies and using that money to drive a conservation agenda.
  2. I went for a year, and then quit and went back down to New York and was rejected again, although again encouragingly so.
  3. Surprisingly and encouragingly rising heart-disease risk does not necessarily translate to rising heart-disease deaths.


  • The summer of run

    The traditional British folk song “The More We Get Together” holds true for cross-country runners in Woodstock. The starting line for their first fall race is miles of hard work away, yet the runners encouragingly get together day after day to build their fitness and have fun.
    on July 10, 2013     Source: The Woodstock Independent


  1. Sir Ian replied: "Encouragingly, Peter and Fran Walsh have told me they couldn't imagine The Hobbit without their original Gandalf. Their confidence hasn't yet been confirmed by the director Guillermo del Toro, but I am keeping my diary free for...
    on Mar 27, 2008 By: Ian McKellen Source: Stuff.co.nz

  2. Mr Gottesman, chairman of GLG, said: "Encouragingly, asset flows at GLG have turned definitively positive over the past six months and looking forward I am confident that GLG remains well positioned to be a leading beneficiary as industry flows...
    on Feb 18, 2010 By: Noam Gottesman Source: Telegraph.co.uk

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