preciously : Definition, Usages, News and More
- After penning sentimental poems, then literary and artistic criticism, and becoming some-what preciously overeducated, Lon Blum saw these things were getting him nowhere .
- Smirking, preciously gifted, 9-year-old Shirley Temple is not one of the few.
- Known then as Rich, he wore trousers with razor-sharp creases, was a preciously good speaker and even knew how to pull cub reporters aside at student senate meetings to explain the .
News & Articles
- MLS expansion to Atlanta would be a mistake
While the city has a willing ownership group and a stadium that seems passable, there's very little reason to believe that a MLS team would be successful there. Now that Miami has been awarded what should be the 22nd MLS franchise, the number of open spots for the official/unofficial, FIFA/self-imposed limit of 24 teams is growing preciously small. And if the Atlanta Falcons are to be believed ...
Feb. 10, 2014 - SB Nation
- Jeremy Paxman in guardian.co.uk
I was very clear,Paxman explains, "the series was not to have any ludicrous figures talking preciously in front of paintings about brush strokes. It had to root the experience of the paintings in people's lives today - because it does seem...
- Herm Edwards in Indianapolis Star
We hold these jobs very, very preciously,Edwards said. "Not only do we represent the National Football League, but we represent the opportunity for people to get an opportunity. And that's very, very important."