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Use "poetically" in a sentence
"It is remarked by Watts that there is scarcely a happy combination of words, or a phrase poetically elegant in the English language, which Pope has not inserted into his version of Homer."
"It is remarked by Watts, that there is scarcely a happy combination of words, or a phrase poetically elegant, in the English language, which"
"I have been trying - and not always 'poetically' - to posit that intelligence is a function that involves beings in relative place and time 'accessing', for lack of a better word, the space/field/infinity quotient that contains/permeates all matter, including chemicals and their processes."