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inly

[ in-lee ]
/ ˈɪn li /
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adverb
intimately; deeply.
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Origin of inly

before 900; Middle English inliche,Old English inlīce.See in, -ly
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British Dictionary definitions for inly

inly
/ (ˈɪnlɪ) /

adverb
poetic inwardly; intimately
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