Origin of exemplary
Examples from the Web for exemplarily
Her Preparation is exemplarily set forth, and expatiated upon.Clarissa: Preface, Hints of Prefaces, and Postscript|Samuel Richardson
She immediately took the letter to her husband, and begged him to order the bearer of it to be exemplarily whipped.Pretty Michal|Mr Jkai
God is as exemplarily serv'd here as in any Place whatsoever.The Memoirs of Charles-Lewis, Baron de Pollnitz, Volume I|Karl Ludwig von Pllnitz
The king also assured them that, if Holmes had committed any unjust action, he and his officers should be exemplarily punished.
To his equals he was condescending; to his inferiors, kind; and to the dear object of his affections, exemplarily tender.Eighth Reader|James Baldwin
British Dictionary definitions for exemplarily
Word Origin and History for exemplarily
1580s, "fit to be an example," from Middle French exemplaire, from Latin exemplaris "that serves as an example," from exemplum "example" (see example). Earlier (early 15c.) as a noun meaning "a model of conduct."