I hope you are not putting too many notions of that clerkly kind in the boy's head.
But we remembered that the clerkly one had said that there was room.
This odd little will consisted of only two sentences, written in a clear, clerkly hand.
Write to him, as I cannot, that we come instantly to attend his commands, and do it clerkly.
In a jiffy, he had assumed his clerkly air, and had opened the great register at the proper date.
The clerkly owl should call their names one by one, and each might declare his choice.
The honorific prefix "Sir" may in that case refer to clerkly qualities rather than to knighthood.
Ill could he tolerate the monotony and restraint of this clerkly life.
It was written in a clerkly hand, and was, for the first part, clearly a dictation.
As for the market-price of book-learning or clerkly skill, it is not worth so much as naming.