In other words, descriptively, Khalidi thinks Foxman is right.
As an instance we may quote the “Faust” overture of Wagner, in which the pitch is used emotionally as well as descriptively.
This essay treats the subject historically and descriptively.
The court-yard itself had likewise been descriptively entitled in old time, Cripple Corner.
Something similar, descriptively, might be said of Alderley Edge.
And she searched anxiously for words which might be set dramatically, descriptively.
Moreover, his leading motives themselves are descriptively or soulfully melodious as the requirement may be.
Two-sided Italian stitch is descriptively named, for it is alike on both sides.
He could write upon warlike scenes, vividly and descriptively, but was not in favor of war.
They had had between them often in talk the refrain, jocosely, descriptively applied, of "old Roman."