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Christianly

[ kris-chuhn-lee ]

adjective

  1. like a Christian; Christianlike.


adverb

  1. in a Christian manner.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of Christianly1

First recorded in 1375–1425, Christianly is from the late Middle English word cristenli. See Christian, -ly

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Example Sentences

Poor Rumbold was a great support to me, and a brave man, and died Christianly.

It is pleasant to know that when he came out of his seizure he would talk very "discreetly, christianly, and charitably."

For we come into this world with a moral sense; or to speak more Christianly, with a conscience.

You must steal its language, and, what was never done before, write it down Christianly—must you?

When he had ended his prayer, sweetly and Christianly he answered to them all in this manner.

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