English version

dutifully

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdutifullydut‧i‧ful‧ly /ˈdjuːtɪfəli $ ˈduː-/ adverb 🔊 🔊 CORRECTif you do something dutifully, you do it because you think it is the correct way to behave 🔊 I dutifully wrote down every word.
Examples from the Corpus
dutifullyNow they are being embalmed - dutifully and reverentially, as befits faithful but defunct servitors of mankind.Alvin wrote rather dutifully in a thick bound diary he began to keep in September.But dutifully she passed the bundle down into Rachaela's cold white arms.Palmer always dutifully signs autographs without complaint.He dutifully threw a few dead flower stalks into the fire, added some logs and then went off to find Kitty.They came in and kissed her dutifully, with affection neither taken nor given.
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