Narratively

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • adv Narratively In the style of narration.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • narratively In or by a narrative or narration.
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Quotations

  • Thomas Carlyle
    Thomas%20Carlyle
    “Narrative is linear, but action has breadth and depth as well as height and is solid.”
  • Lord Chesterfield
    Lord%20Chesterfield
    “To have frequent recourse to narrative betrays great want of imagination.”
  • Edward Gibbon
    Edward%20Gibbon
    “Truth, naked, unblushing truth, the first virtue of all serious history, must be the sole recommendation of this personal narrative.”
  • Robert Coover
    Robert Coover
    “The narrative impulse is always with us; we couldn't imagine ourselves through a day without it.”
  • E. L. Doctorow
    E. L. Doctorow
    “There is no longer any such thing as fiction or nonfiction; there's only narrative.”
  • D. H. Lawrence
    D.%20H.%20Lawrence
    “Myth is an attempt to narrate a whole human experience, of which the purpose is too deep, going too deep in the blood and soul, for mental explanation or description.”

Usage

In literature:

The activities of the Campbells are narrated in their numerous unpublished letters.
"Historical Mysteries" by Andrew Lang
The other ballads of this kind are as bald in story, and are not so highly embellished in narration.
"Early Reviews of English Poets" by John Louis Haney
But I must return to my narrative.
"Three Years' War" by Christiaan Rudolf de Wet
It was agreed that Christy should be the narrator of the results of the expedition, and he first described the trip to Hamilton in the boat.
"Fighting for the Right" by Oliver Optic
Very simple and delightful narratives of the life of a little boy (p. 39) on a farm seventy-five years ago.
"A Mother's List of Books for Children" by Gertrude Weld Arnold
With Eichhorn, the narrative of the fall was only a description of Adam's thoughts.
"History of Rationalism Embracing a Survey of the Present State of Protestant Theology" by John F. Hurst
I now proceed with my narrative.
"The Loyalists, Vol. 1-3" by Jane West
In spite of its sad deficiency in moral tone, the narrative is highly diverting.
"The Pirates' Who's Who" by Philip Gosse
Sir William's account of the important victory near Lepanto is one of our most interesting examples of military narration.
"The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 1-20" by Various
Brown again, and gave a clear and connected narrative of all his doings in the Brown state.
"Real Ghost Stories" by William T. Stead
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In poetry:

Oft pausing on his white-eyed inward look,
Some undermountain narrative he tells,
As gapped by Lykian heat the brook
Cut from the source that in the upland swells.
"Bellerophon" by George Meredith
We fare the fishermen's venturesome way!
Far out the bank and the big fish shoaling,
The captain narrates; and just now unrolling
Sails run to shore a swift racing match;—
Good is the catch.
"Romsdal" by Bjornstjerne Bjornson
O Earth, that hast no voice, confide to me a voice!
O harvest of my lands! O boundless summer growths!
O lavish, brown, parturient earth! O infinite, teeming womb!
A verse to seek, to see, to narrate thee.
"A Carol Of Harvest For 1867" by Walt Whitman
Oh, Heaven! 'tis a dreadful calamity to narrate,
Because the victims have met with a cruel fate;
Little did they think they were going to lose their lives by fire,
On that night when to their beds they did retire.
"Calamity in London" by William Topaz McGonagall
A Persian lady we're informed—
This happened long, long years before
The Christian era ever dawned,
A thousand years, it may be more,
The date and narrative are so obscure,
I have to guess some things that should be sure.
"An Eastern Tale" by David John Scott

In news:

In ad, businessmen chide Obama for pushing 'class warfare' narrative.
A Narrative Vol 3, Red River to Appomattox by Shelby Foote Random House, 1,106 pp.
Another convicted felon has entered the narrative in the Ray Nagin investigation.
The first-person narrative centers on H.
This time, Klassen ups the ante by having the thief narrate.
New York's LGBT film festival - celebratse its 24th year with a plethora of narratives, documentaries and shorts screenings, as well as panel discussions.
That spot was our reintroduction of the cavemen after a hiatus, so I really wanted it to feel simple and cinematic, while subtly continuing the narrative.
This centurion 's tale narrates a soldier's unlikely journey to Christian pacifism.
Chitra Divakaruni, mistress of sumptuous narratives, delves into India's past in 'The Palace of Illusions.
Romney won debate and, more importantly , the media narrative.
The story is true, the narrative real.
Pope finishes Jesus trilogy with infancy narrative.
Help write the Story of Albany and leave your mark on the city's 400-year-old narrative.
Even though he says the songs just came out of nowhere, it's clear We Are the Blues We Write is a narrative of Meader 's life.
The Gulf coast's most telling cinematic narrative to wash ashore since the Katrina tragedy.
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In science:

One of them is referred to as the “vehicle B”, the other is the narrator’s vehicle (“my vehicle”).
Generating a 3D Simulation of a Car Accident from a Written Description in Natural Language: the CarSim System
When the sub ject is identified as the narrator, the link is obvious.
Generating a 3D Simulation of a Car Accident from a Written Description in Natural Language: the CarSim System
In the other cases, if there are only two vehicles, the narrator and another one, a new event is added to the event chain of the second vehicle.
Generating a 3D Simulation of a Car Accident from a Written Description in Natural Language: the CarSim System
Universal Access and Universal Service (as the “beginning” of the narrative discourse).
National Information Infrastructure Development in Canada and the U.S.: Redefining Universal Service and Universal Access in the Age of Techno-Economic Convergence
However, the narrative is far from complete.
National Information Infrastructure Development in Canada and the U.S.: Redefining Universal Service and Universal Access in the Age of Techno-Economic Convergence
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