nobly (part of speech: adverb)
- Obedient to her summonings, Forever must my soul aspire, And seek, on wings of lyric fire, To penetrate the Heart of Things, Wherein she sits, augustly throned, In loveliness that renders dumb- The Essence and the final Sum- With peril and with wonder zoned What though I fail, my duller sense Baffled as by a wall of stone? - "The Star-Treader and other poems", Clark Ashton Smith.
- He goes to the extent of describing the Mikado, " The Son of Heaven," hearing of the girl's death, and " augustly ceasing to mourn for the crime that had been committed because of the manifestations of the great love his people bore him." - "Lafcadio Hearn", Nina H. Kennard.
- But you might lie round among grandmother's feet for days, and, except for a stray cuff in passing if she actually walked into you- a cuff given in the purest spirit of love and good- will, and merely as a warning of the worse thing that might happen to you if you made her spill the dinner " sowens"- you might spend your days in reading anything from the Arabian Nights in Uncle Eben's old tattered edition to the mighty Josephus, all complete with plans and plates- over which on Sundays my grandfather was wont to compose himself augustly to sleep. - "The Dew of Their Youth", S. R. Crockett.