Definition of Sundrily

1. adv. In sundry ways; variously.

Definition of Sundrily

1. Adverb. In sundry ways; variously. ¹

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Definition of Sundrily

1. sundry [adv] - See also: sundry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sundrily

sundowner
sundowner's syndrome
sundowner syndrome
sundowners
sundowners syndrome
sundowning
sundowns
sundra
sundras
sundrenched
sundress
sundresses
sundri
sundried
sundries
sundrily (current term)
sundris
sundrops
sundry
sundry(a)
sundryman
sundrymen
sunfast
sunfilled
sunfish
sunfishes
sunflower
sunflower-seed oil
sunflower oil
sunflower seed

Literary usage of Sundrily

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1. Documents Illustrative of English Church History by Henry Gee, William John Hardy (1896)
"... or to either of them, or to the heirs or assigns of either of them, but that the same duke and Lord Cobham, and either of them sundrily, and the heirs ..."

2. Documents Illustrative of English Church History by Henry Gee, William John Hardy (1896)
"... but that the same duke and Lord Cobham, and either of them sundrily, and the heirs and assigns of either of them, shall and may have, hold, retain, ..."

3. A Short History of English Literature by George Saintsbury (1898)
"... though each and every ghost have sundrily twelve feather-coats, and every several feather-coat have twelve winds, and every several wind twelve ..."

4. A Short History of English Literature by George Saintsbury (1898)
"... though each and every ghost have sundrily twelve feather-coats, and every several feather-coat have twelve winds, and every several wind twelve ..."

5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Exchequer and by Great Britain Court of Exchequer, Thomas M'Cleland, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber (1827)
"... Lord Cobham, or to either of them, or to the heirs and assigns of either of them; but that the same Duke and Lord Cobham, and either of them sundrily, ..."

6. Documents Illustrative of English Church History by Henry Gee, William John Hardy (1896)
"... or to either of them, or to the heirs or assigns of either of them, but that the same duke and Lord Cobham, and either of them sundrily, and the heirs ..."

7. Documents Illustrative of English Church History by Henry Gee, William John Hardy (1896)
"... but that the same duke and Lord Cobham, and either of them sundrily, and the heirs and assigns of either of them, shall and may have, hold, retain, ..."

8. A Short History of English Literature by George Saintsbury (1898)
"... though each and every ghost have sundrily twelve feather-coats, and every several feather-coat have twelve winds, and every several wind twelve ..."

9. A Short History of English Literature by George Saintsbury (1898)
"... though each and every ghost have sundrily twelve feather-coats, and every several feather-coat have twelve winds, and every several wind twelve ..."

10. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of Exchequer and by Great Britain Court of Exchequer, Thomas M'Cleland, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber (1827)
"... Lord Cobham, or to either of them, or to the heirs and assigns of either of them; but that the same Duke and Lord Cobham, and either of them sundrily, ..."

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