glowingly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an enthusiastically glowing manner
in her letter she praised him glowingly
- The upshot: not only has McCain never displayed signs of a psychological disorder, but also in many cases his doctors' reports read more glowingly about his mind than McCain's best .
- His remarks come after a Damascus daily glowingly referred to her as a "Mossad beauty" because Livni, now 50, had served as a junior Israeli spy in Europe during the 1980s.
- As no princess of a reigning house would be permitted to do, Marina talked gayly and glowingly of her George to Paris newsmen: "I knew people in love were happy but I never .
News & Articles
- Taurasi: Lynx 'beat us to every loose ball, every rebound'
Diana Taurasi spoke glowingly of the Lynx after they beat Phoenix on Wednesday night.
June 20, 2013 - Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
- Why N.J. Democrats are smitten with Christie
TRENTON - Three days last week, Republican Gov. Christie appeared publicly - and glowingly - alongside Democrats. Tuesday alone, he collected endorsements in his reelection campaign from North Jersey's dominant Democratic power broker, a Democratic state senator, and five Democratic mayors.
June 17, 2013 - Philly.com
- Eric Mangini in Newsday
He said he was a tempo-setter for years, and that he loved the guy, just loved him,Mangini said of Vermeil's recommendation. "When Dick Vermeil speaks that glowingly about someone, that has an impact on me."
- Joe Torre in NYMfansonly.com
You know, I wish I could say I was responsible for this decision,manager Joe Torre said. "I was in China the whole time he really got the opportunity to play every day. By the time I got back the coaches were speaking glowingly, even...
- Edward Kennedy in RTT News
The (Bush) administration continues to speak glowingly of the law while Democratic candidates blast it. But simplistic campaign rhetoric hardly reflects what's actually happening on school reform,Kennedy wrote.