I, her daughter, tell you that for her every tear, every heart pang, every sigh, _you_ shall pay dearly; _dearly!
It is a title dearly enough bought by most men, to render it endurable, even when not quite clearly made out, which it never _can_ be, till the Posterity, whose decisions are merely dreams to ourselves, have sanctioned or denied it, while it can touch us no further.
Boris, who I love dearly, is furious about the rampant double standards of those dreadful Tabloid Newspapers.
What if there was a telephone to heaven ... and you called your dearly departed, and they said "i'm glad i'm not with you anymore. leave me alone. just leave me alone."
Mrs. Manning! she sometimes thought that proud title dearly purchased by listening to his daily criticisms on appearance, language, manners, which had been esteemed stylish enough in their day.
There, he met Dolge Donovan-Smith, a teacher whom he called his "dearly beloved friend, brother and dad."
And don't say mine, because even though that will make me smile and love you dearly, that isn't the point.
He spoke for a while, recalling the dearly departed, and then (when all the audience were in the room) said that he would now lead them in the dead man's favourite hymn - Jerusalem.