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- In a red manner.
- 1948, Edward Elmer Smith, Triplanetary : a Tale of Cosmic Adventure:
- Beams, rods, and lances of energy flamed and flared; planes and pencils cut, slashed, and stabbed; defensive screens glowed redly or flashed suddenly into intensely brilliant, coruscating incandescence.
- 1994, John Donnelly, Language, Metaphysics, and Death, Fordham Univ Press, →ISBN, page 208:
- But there are still two alternative interpretations of such expressions as "sensing red" or "sensing redly." (i) We might define "sensing redly" in such a way that our definiens makes explicit reference to things that are red.