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Feelingly, 1) by feeling, by making itself felt: “these are counsellors that f. persuade me what I am,” As II, 1, 11. “you see how this world goes. I see it f.” Lr. IV, 6, 152.
2) in a heartfelt manner: “true sorrow then is f. sufficed when with like semblance it is sympathized,” Lucr. 1112. “here f. she weeps Troy's painted woes,” Lucr. 1112
3) so as to hit a thing exactly, so as to hit home: “do I speak f. now?” Meas. I, 2, 36. “he shall find himself most f. personated,” Tw. II, 3, 172. “to speak f. of him,” Hml. V, 2, 113 (== to speak him home).
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