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- (manner) In a different way.
- 1815, “Critical Analysis of Recent Publications”, in The Medical and Physical Journal, volume 34:
- I was (says Mr. Highmore) forcibly struck with the violence of its pulsation, so much so, that, if it had been differently situated, I should have considered it an aneurism of considerable magnitude.
- 1912, Fyodor Dostoevsky, translated by Constance Garnett, The Brothers Karamazov:
- "You see, gentlemen, I couldn't bear the look of him, there was something in him ignoble, impudent, trampling on everything sacred, something sneering and irreverent, loathsome, loathsome. But now that he's dead, I feel differently."
"How do you mean?"
"I don't feel differently, but I wish I hadn't hated him so."
"You feel penitent?"
"No, not penitent, don't write that. I'm not much good myself; I'm not very beautiful, so I had no right to consider him repulsive. That's what I mean. Write that down, if you like."
- 2007, Vanessa Leonardi, Gender and Ideology in Translation: Do Women and Men Translate Differently?:
- Recent research in the field of sociolinguistics and related fields has shown that women and men speak differently.
in a different way