Definition of Divisibly

1. [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Divisibly

divint
divinyl
divinyl ether
divinyl ether synthase
divinylacetylene
divinylbenzene
divinylbenzenes
divis
divisable
diviseth
divisi
divisibilities
divisibility
divisibility sequence
divisible
divisibly (current term)
divisim
division
division Anthophyta
division Archaebacteria
division Bryophyta
division Chlorophyta
division Chrysophyta
division Cyanophyta
division Cynodontia
division Dicynodontia
division Eubacteria
division Euglenophyta
division Eumycota
division Gymnomycota

Literary usage of Divisibly

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1. Principles of the Law of Contracts by Stephen Martin Leake, Alfred Edward Randall (1902)
"Restraint If the restraint can be construed divisibly as to the limits, it partly may be valid so far as they are reasonable, though void for the excess (/) ..."

2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench by Great Britain Court of King's Bench, John Leycester Adolphus (1837)
"The proviso would still be taken divisibly, ... That difference makes it the easier to take the proviso divisibly. At least it does not prejudice the ..."

3. Rights, Remedies, and Practice, at Law, in Equity, and Under the Codes: A by John Davison Lawson (1890)
"If the terms of the restraint can be construed divisibly as to the limits, it may be valid as to the limits which are reasonable, although other limits ..."

4. Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit Courts of the United States for by George Washington McCrary (1883)
"We think the contract is capable of being construed divisibly. It is not, however, necessary to pass finally upon this question, for we are clearly of the ..."

5. A Treatise on the Law of Costs in Actions & Other Proceedings in the Courts by John Gray (1853)
"Fraser it does not appear that on the postea the issue was found divisibly, part for the plaintiff and part for the defendant, and if not, probably the case ..."

6. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law by Great Britain Bail Court (1853)
"The proviso would still be taken divisibly, as in Boyce v. Banning, 2 Cr. & J. 334, ... That difference makes it the easier to take the proviso divisibly. ..."

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