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  • advance, ahead, bring forward, face, forrad.
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Antonyms of COARSELY:
Misspellings for COARSELY:
chokeslam, liarsly, casuel, cousul, carosel, courseload, casuely, coarsly, fearcely, closeely, carely, closeley, couselor, coasre, coursity, neccassarly, fearsly, coucsler, consciely, yourselr, caressly, coursel, yoursel, casel, coatsal, crazely, cousler, coardly, cassel, casuly, coursely, causeal, causul, scarsley, couseler, casisouly, hoarsly, craziely, scarsely, coastly, joyusly, coversly, carlsile, courleosly, causel, cosly, cosily, josselyn, cosely, necassirly, yorselth, cousiler, coversely, couslelor, cousel, coaxail, coarsley, carlisel, kassily, ghasly, joyesly, courosel, colsely, cansell, carslile, coweslaw, caselaw, causisly, coucel, couriosly, cotsly, coercivly, carfaly, carusel, couselfor, colassaly, clocely, carlesly, comersal, hoarsley, yourselth, caceli, capsel, causily, coasal, cousouley, costely, karswell, gerself, scarsly, scarseley.
Examples of usage:
  1. " There's-" Some men laughed coarsely.
    "The U.P. Trail", Zane Grey.
  2. They stopped, and we were passing a few pleasant words, when there came by two persons, plainly, almost coarsely dressed- a mother and her daughter.
    "The Allen House or Twenty Years Ago and Now", T. S. Arthur.
  3. With her neglected knitting in her hands she would sit for hours under a certain low- spreading cedar not far from the door, barefooted, coarsely clad, beautiful,- every tinge of the sun, every indifferent leisurely movement, a new suggestion of a new grace.
    "Lodusky", Frances Hodgson Burnett.