[ muh-mawr-i-ter, -ter, -mohr- ]
/ məˈmɔr ɪ tər, -tɛr, -ˈmoʊr- /
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|Joseph Cross
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|Grenville Kleiser