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Definitions of vividly

  1. in a vivid manner; " he described his adventures vividly"
  2. In a vivid manner; with life; in bright or glowing colours.
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Usage examples for vividly

  1. " Though many years are gone," he said, " I can recall the beauties of that scene, as vividly as if they still stood before the eye. – The Water-Witch or, The Skimmer of the Seas by James Fenimore Cooper
  2. Oh, how vividly I noted it! – Recalled to Life by Grant Allen
  3. There was a fire on the hearth- the rest can be imagined only too vividly. – Success With Small Fruits by E. P. Roe
  4. It was to serve, on this occasion, as the scene of a tea designed, as Kate Peyton was vividly aware, to introduce a certain young lady to the scene of her son's labours. – Sanctuary by Edith Wharton
  5. He closed his eyes; how vividly he saw her; he heard her voice, she bent down toward him and whispered- how he loved her, loved her, loved her! – Mogens and Other Stories Mogens; The Plague At Bergamo; There Should Have Been Roses; Mrs. Fonss by Jens Peter Jacobsen
  6. She remembered quite vividly that she had felt elated and very excited. – The Stronger Influence by F.E. Mills Young
  7. I cannot remember about the flowers on this occasion, but I remember vividly that the day after my arrival the two married daughters living in the same town both called on me and brought me flowers. – Home Life in Germany by Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
  8. When she saw a face that greatly interested her, in a drawing- room, on a platform, in the street, anywhere, it remained very vividly in her mind and on going home she would sketch it, and some of these sketches of well known persons are wonderfully good. – Afoot in England by W.H. Hudson
  9. How vividly those scenes of her childhood rose up before her! – Elsie's Womanhood by Martha Finley
  10. I see her now, vividly as if it were only yesterday. – The Plum Tree by David Graham Phillips
  11. Exactly at the same instant, the lost recollection flashed back on me so vividly that I started almost in terror. – Basil by Wilkie Collins
  12. Many have had their minds so vividly impressed with the awful fate that awaits those who are not " saved" before death that they fall into a state of terror when at last they realize that death has really occurred. – Elementary Theosophy by L. W. Rogers
  13. My mother was born in 1799, and was the youngest daughter of her family, but her eldest sister, my Aunt Mary, wife of Oiny Bannon, was 12 or 14 years old at the time of the Rising, and could describe more vividly what she saw connected with it than I can now recall incidents in the Repeal and Young Ireland Movements. – The Life Story of an Old Rebel by John Denvir
  14. I might never have seen the picture so vividly before me again if I had not stayed to think it out, to realise it, to impress it, as it were, clearly on myself. – To-morrow? by Victoria Cross
  15. He realized vividly how he differed in feature and form and intellect and character from the low crowd with whom he was associated. – The Fortunate Youth by William J. Locke
  16. Jerry described vividly how unjustly Mr. Bullfinch had blamed him for getting into his house and breaking the Sousa record. – Jerry's Charge Account by Hazel Hutchins Wilson
  17. Those words were as vividly present to her as if she still heard them falling from his lips. – The New Magdalen by Wilkie Collins
  18. Then he recalled- how vividly! – The Auto Boys' Vacation by James A. Braden
  19. She stopped in hesitation, and coloured vividly. – Mrs. Halliburton's Troubles by Mrs. Henry Wood
  20. His story developed nothing new, but he told of the finding of the body and of its appearance and manner of death in a way which brought back the scene to me very vividly. – The Gloved Hand by Burton E. Stevenson
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