Andrew claims that he lacks feelings, but characters and events are lovingly—or obsessively—described.
Photographers snapped the moment, and the freeze frame was lovingly titled “Zombie McCain.”
Rarely does one get from a male novelist a female character as lovingly—but unsentimentally—portrayed as Nina.
She is lovingly clutching the hand of a nude man as the two sleep; a taxidermic fox stands behind them.
I bet George's lady love wouldn't have been rendered as lovingly.
Impulsively she reached out a strong brown hand and placed it lovingly over the frail one near her.
Grannie was in the bar-room, and he broke it to her gently, tenderly, lovingly.
And yet the little children put their arms around His neck, and looked up fearlessly and lovingly.
"Samuel, you are a dear," said Myra, looking at him lovingly.
He dwelt long and lovingly over the financial pages, running his eyes up and down the columns of "to-day's transactions."