Longingly [adverb]

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Sentence/Example of Longingly:

If the past nine months of the pandemic leave you longing for normalcy and business as usual, your career prospects may be dim.

Over the past several months, social media has offered a collective confessional of the unexpected things we find ourselves longing for—from the rituals of daily commutes to a litany of once-familiar, but now-faded smells.

It’s about the feeling of being a teenager longing for something more, while fearing something more will never come.

While the longing that hums beneath Lee’s words is never entirely satisfied, it is eased and relieved.

It was recommended to me by numerous friends and seems to be the kind of story we’re all longing for right now.

In the streets and in the shops hundreds of children gaze longingly and lovingly at the bebe or bambino in Italian.

Looking across the fields in our rear (rather longingly) I had the happy distinction of a discoverer.

An hour later Ren lit a cigarette and took a long drag on it, his eyes looking longingly into Martha's.

And it happened as she said, for they all praised her words and looked forward longingly to Sunday.

It was tiresome watching the girl wash dishes and often he glanced longingly at the tiny bed.