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Definition of Limitingly
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Literary usage of Limitingly
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1. Mental pathology and therapeutics by Wilhelm Griesinger (1882)
"... often in doubt as to whether the states of irritation pro- idling dementia, especially the exalted forms, acted thus limitingly, perhaps destructively, ..."
2. An English Grammar: Methodical, Analytical, and Historical. With a Treatise by Eduard Adolf Ferdinand Maetzner (1874)
"Etymologically considered all these forms are equally justified. 3) Adversative conjunctions oppose the connected limb, limitingly or negatively, ..."
3. An Intermediate Course of Mechanics by Alfred William Porter (1905)
"If the velocities are not constant, let the scale of the diagram be magnified indefinitely, so that AB, BC, and AC are displacements in the same limitingly ..."