red-facedly

red-facedly
adverb

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  • red-facedly — red fac·ed·ly …   English syllables

  • red-faced — red facedly /red fay sid lee, fayst lee/, adv. /red fayst /, adj. 1. having a red face. 2. blushing or flushed with embarrassment, anger, resentment, or the like. [1570 80] * * * …   Universalium

  • red-faced — /ˈrɛd feɪst/ (say red fayst) adjective 1. having a naturally red face. 2. having a face reddened with embarrassment, anger, etc. –red facedly /ˈrɛdˌfeɪsədli/ (say red.faysuhdlee), / ˌfeɪstli/ (say .faystlee), adverb …  

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  • -edly — 1. The suffix occurs in a number of familiar words such as advisedly, allegedly, assuredly, deservedly, and unreservedly, of which some date back to the 14c but most date from the 17c to 19c. In a lengthy article, Fowler (1926) listed these along …   Modern English usage

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