Origin of difficult
Examples from the Web for difficultly
Computer-guided meditation is nice for those of us who have difficultly even understanding what focus feels like.High-Tech Meditation: Swap Your Yogi for a Headset|Gregory Ferenstein|April 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They are friable in the hand, meagre to the touch, and difficultly form a paste with water.
This is the difficultly fusible Bohemian tube-glass, so valuable in chemical manipulations.
It is insoluble in water and ether, difficultly soluble in the hot; and fairly soluble in aniline.
Such lakes are the difficultly soluble salts which constitute the dyeing materials of stuffs.
It was loosely but difficultly woven of very thick soft rope of a red colour.The Magic City|Edith Nesbit
British Dictionary definitions for difficultly
Word Origin for difficult
Word Origin and History for difficultly
c.1400, apparently a back-formation from difficulty. French has difficile, Latin difficilis. Of persons, "hard to please," from 1580s.