How would I use lovelily in a sentence and how does it differ from lovely?
However, the 19th century writer George Macdonald did use the word in "The Princess and Curdie" where another writer would have used "beautifully". I suspect that he wanted a three-syllable word in the sentence and created the neologism "lovelily" to fill his need.
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