Weak and reeling, I went out through the broken window and down the street, seeking to escape, instinctively and gropingly
, from the awful shambles.
Soon he walked with his hand stretched out gropingly
before him, and more than once the hand fetched up against the solid trunks of massive trees.
That is why comparative theologians gropingly
search for where God enters into the picture and do so with an open but critical attitude.
When Keats gropingly
attempts to visualize his own life or the world he lives in, his mind turns to mediums, and when he thinks about mediums, he visualizes texts, often difficult ones.
It is no wonder, therefore, that the true economic task, which some socialists of the first half of the nineteenth century only approached gropingly
, and from which contemporary socialists are as far as their opponents, has not as yet received a stable and definite expression even in the theoretical consciousness.
Each night was absolutely different--at least for me--and I felt my way gropingly