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### Definition of Ordinally

**1.** [adv]

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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** ..."