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feelingly (1 arises from the meaning ‘with just perception, understandingly’; 2 not pre-S.)
1. appropriately, to the purpose Meas. I. ii. 37, Tw.N. II. iii. 175 “most personated,” Ham. V. ii. 114.
2. with feeling or emotion Lucr. 1112, 1492
3. so as to be felt or leave an impression AYL. II. i. 11, Lr. IV. vi. 153.
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    • William Shakespeare, As You Like It, 2.1
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