Meaning of earthily in English:



See earthy

‘However earthily they like to present themselves, critics and poets alike are addicted to the rhetorical juggling of opposites.’
  • ‘But hers is an earthily sensual Minimalism with a genealogy that can be traced back to Karl Blossfeldt and Eva Hesse, a spare essentialism that engages both body and mind.’
  • ‘Courbet earthily depicts the digging of the grave; Manet represents a cortège, not necessarily meant to be seen in the context of the cemetery, but en route.’
  • ‘The novel opens earthily with their first coupling.’
  • ‘It's a Jim Henson studio creation, ugly but expressive and earthily magical.’