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Sentence count:6Posted:2017-03-27Updated:2017-03-27
Similar words: officiousjudiciouslyavariciouslyvoraciouslyconsciouslyefficacioussubconsciouslyex officioMeaning: [ə'fɪʃəslɪ]  adv. in an officious manner. 
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1. Lance Corporal Williams officiously ordered them out.
2. 'You can't park here,' he said officiously.
3. I will never act officiously or permit personal feelings, prejudices, animosities, or friendships to influence my decisions.
4. To interfere in the affairs of others, often officiously; meddle.
5. Wuhan Declaration is an initiative professional declaration released officiously by the libraries group in China but representing the public opinion.
6. "You've assaulted government agents with a deadly weapon, " one of the men intoned officiously. "That is a crime punishable by imprisonment. "
More similar words: officiousjudiciouslyavariciouslyvoraciouslyconsciouslyefficacioussubconsciouslyex officioviciouscopiouslyfuriouslyanxiouslyobviouslycuriouslydubiouslypreviouslycautiouslynotoriouslydeliciousjudiciousperniciousmaliciousingeniouslylaboriouslyvicariouslycapricioussuspiciousavariciousauspiciousobsequiously
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