portentously, the opposition consisted of communists, liberals, fascists, and a well-off middle class.
And then all this gets underlined and italicized by a portentously romantic score.
She nodded her head, slowly, portentously; and her glance was heavy with significance.
No one could have been so portentously sagacious as he looked.
Grandma, the Demon, entered and portentously shook hands with him.
This, sir, he said portentously, is the language of the Derby.
"Mr. Richards will be in front to-night," he told her, portentously.
She said it portentously, as bidding him remember he might be sorry when she was no more.
Stinson and Mathews, who were supposed to be out of it anyway, winked at each other portentously.
He is as cruel as he is brave, and as portentously ugly as he is cruel.