### Definition of Ordinally

1. Adverb. In an ordinal manner. ¹

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Ordinally

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### Literary usage of Ordinally

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1. The Continuum, and Other Types of Serial Order: With an Introduction to by Edward Vermilye Huntington, Georg Cantor (1917)
"(3) A well-ordered series is never ordinally similar to any one of its lower segments, or to any part of any one of its lower segments. ..."

2. The Theory of Functions of a Real Variable and the Theory of Fourier's Series by Ernest William Hobson (1907)
"of the aggregate R of rational numbers, such that every number of R belongs to one or other of the two classes Rlt Rt, and every number in Rt is ordinally ..."

3. Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society by London Mathematical Society (1907)
"... it appears, be distinguished from any of the series such that every well- ordered series is ordinally similar either to it or to a segment of it. ..."

4. The Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy by Royal Irish Academy (1837)
"... moment with moment, primary with primary, and secondary with secondary, examining how B[ is ordinally related to A,, and how B2 is ordinally related to ..."

5. Collected Essays by Thomas Henry Huxley (1898)
"Among Vertebrates there is no ordinally distinct fossil fish : there is only one ... through the whole range of geological time, no species ordinally ..."

6. Discourses Biological and Geological by Thomas Henry Huxley (1897)
"Among Vertebrates there is no ordinally distinct fossil fish: there is only one extinct ... through the whole range of geological time, no species ordinally ..."