adulterously : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an adulterous manner
he behaved adulterously
- In a moment of passion (passion is always momentary in Compton-Burnett), Simon makes it a calamity by adulterously siring a son with Rhoda.
- There's the love story, of course, in which opposites warily circle, passionately and adulterously engage, and ruefully part.
- When Ingrid Bergman became adulterously pregnant by Roberto Rossellini in 1949, she was all but stoned out of the country.