[muh-mawr-i-ter, -ter, -mohr-]
- by heart; by memory.
- involving or requiring memorization: the memoriter aspects of a college course.
Origin of memoriter
1605–15; < Latin, equivalent to memori- (stem of memor) mindful of + -ter adv. suffix
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Examples from the Web for memoriter
This he attributed partly to his habit of repeating them memoriter.Sermons of Christmas Evans
This does not mean that the memoriter work should be excluded.Craftsmanship in Teaching
William Chandler Bagley
The great objection to memoriter speaking is that it limits and handicaps the speaker.Successful Methods of Public Speaking