"I have been put to a deal of bother on your account, Scott," he said paternally.
"But I shall change your thoughts about the cause," he said paternally.
Your years, which are not such as to preclude improvement, permit us to admonish you paternally.
He said this so solemnly and paternally, it sounded like the eleventh commandment.
Should He not be religiously glorified in the intellect as in the senses, with which He has so paternally endowed His creatures?
"This is not the sort of night for small animals to be out," he said paternally.
Each was paternally satisfied with results so far, and each hoped for further development equally gratifying.
He took him up, kissed him, and paternally set him down, drum and all.
He patted her shoulder, as we paternally do with the young ones, and went back to Grace.
"You have slept ill, my dear," said he, paternally offering her a seat beside him.
paternal pa·ter·nal (pə-tûr'nəl)
Relating to or characteristic of a father or fatherhood.
Received or inherited from a father.
Related through one's father.