nostalgically nostalgically


  • (adv) in a nostalgic manner


  1. Long Trail'' was sung rowdily, nostalgically.
  2. These uncharted waters seem a high price to pay for reforms that stand little chance of luring the teacher- or farmer-statesmen for whom Alexander nostalgically yearns.
  3. Local residents say that sort of activity hasn't occurred here in public since the first year of the war now looked upon nostalgically as the year before life really got bad.


  • Let's Separate The Schoolin' From The Sports

    We in the U.S. think, nostalgically, of athletics as integral to higher education, but perhaps they're so unusual that they should be entirely separated from the academic and turned into an honest commercial adjunct.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: NPR


  1. "No-one is suggesting we should not harness IT or surveillance technology to strengthen public protection. I am not amongst those who nostalgically yearn for some luddite return to a pre-technological age," Grieve said today in a speech.
    on Sep 16, 2009 By: Dominic Grieve Source: IT PRO

  2. "Here we are today, dreaming of the future as we sort of take a look back nostalgically," Cownie said.
    on Jun 24, 2009 By: Frank Cownie Source: Mason City Globe Gazette

  3. "We should all draw from that period," argues Todd Haynes, the director of the highly anticipated Bob Dylan "biodrama" I'm Not There. "Vicariously, nostalgically, retrospectively, it doesn't matter. It's worth continual reexamination. We are...
    on Sep 14, 2007 By: Todd Haynes Source: Times Online

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