- intimately; deeply.
Origin of inly
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Examples from the Web for inly
She inly vowed that some day she would remember the man, to cut him.Pirate Gold
Frederic Jesup Stimson
I inly determined that none like it should ever take its place.
She inly resolved not to aid Peschiera in his designs on Violante.My Novel, Complete
And so she came soon again and brought an horse with her that was inly black.Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume II (of II)
While the "tufters" are drawing, we look round again and inly rejoice that Exmoor is still a vast wild tract hardly civilised.
- poetic inwardly; intimately
Word Origin and History for inly
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