Mr. Valentine, who was smoking his pipe, held Colden fraternally by the arm.
The customary "Dear brother" and "fraternally yours" were omitted.
fraternally he is connected with the Masons, although of late years he has not been active in lodge work.
"Nina isn't going to have more than a scalp a day," said her brother, fraternally.
Having divided them fraternally, the Giants shouldered their spades and went their way.
When writing to people they called them "Citizens," and signed themselves "fraternally yours."
fraternally—almost paternally—he gave her radiant cheek three light little pats as he strode past her to the private office.
All of which is most fraternally and confidently submitted to your kind consideration.
However, I take the chance of finding at least one of you alive, and address you fraternally as a companion in distress.
And how can one foresee strife at the first turn of the road on which they have just fraternally entered hand in hand?
fraternal fra·ter·nal (frə-tûr'nəl)
Of or relating to brothers.
Of, relating to, or being a twin developed from two separately fertilized ova; dizygotic.