Definition of rawly in English:



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‘The orchestral sound was revelatory, specifically for the way the instruments paradoxically seemed to gain a new individuality, rawly expressive, yet to be part of a more than usually cohesive ensemble.’
  • ‘The role of the UN has been rawly exposed in the current crisis.’
  • ‘Her view of her homeland may be ambivalent but it is rawly accurate.’
  • ‘‘Barely’ he acknowledged rawly, and I nodded this time, and wrapped an arm around him.’