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PROFANELY. In a profane manner. In an indictment, under the act of assembly of Pennsylvania, against profanity, it is requisite that the words should be laid to have been spoken profanely. 11 S. & R. 394.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Chance the Rapper is an excellent example of authentic expression, because of his willingness to express his Christian faith openly, while also speaking candidly (and sometimes profanely) about his upbringing.
Duterte has also cultivated a reputation for tough-talk and has openly and profanely told the United States and other countries to stay out of his war on drugs.
But heaping studied praise to things that are profoundly good should not disable us from harping principled dissent on things profanely bad,' he added.
I expected to find a lot, but came up with very little: a clip of her profanely leading the chorus of one of her signature protest songs, set to the tune of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic," and a precious, audio-only sound-bite from her speech at the first National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights in 1979.
To the reader's relief, the Bravos profanely refuse his offer and escape the stadium with only a severe beating from some Texan roadies, after they appear humiliatingly as the centerpiece in a hallucinatory Half Time Show featuring Beyonce and Destiny's Child.
Since, however, they know no taboos and are led by interest, what is to stop them from profanely starting to reshape the constitution the moment it provides them with the rule system for engineering agreement to non-unanimous choices?" (2002, 81).
The Anne Frank in Auslander's novel is not only appalled but hostile and profanely amused by her reputation.
My own take on blasphemy (the act of speaking profanely about God or sacred things, according to my Chambers dictionary) had always been that it is an utterly nonsensical law.
An audiobook performance featuring the original Broadway cast (Chris Rock as Ralph D., Bobby Cannavale as Jackie, Elizabeth Rodriguez as Veronica, Annabella Sciorra as Victoria, and Yul Vazquez as Cousin Julio), The Motherf*er with the Hat is the next best thing to witnessing this profanely hysterical, award-winning dark comedy play in person.
For the convict the decision is an easy one: when his cellmate says that the ten years added to his sentence will be difficult to endure without a woman, the convict profanely declares his rejection of feminine flesh.
At games, fans often wondered, loudly and profanely, why the players were on a football field instead of a battlefield.