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Definition of Literately
Lexicographical Neighbors of Literately
Literary usage of Literately
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Child Vision: Being a Study in Mental Development & Expression by Dorothy Elizabeth Tudor Owen Truman (1920)
"This is true in life just as much as it is literately. Everything goes on step by step, straw by straw. The plot against Caesar is one example. ..."
2. Pennsylvania at Antietam: Report of the Antietam Battlefield Memorial by Antietam Battlefield Memorial Commission, Pennsylvania Antietam Battlefield Memorial Commission, Oliver Christian Bosbyshell (1906)
"It was literately packed with their dead. At one point, according to Captain Hope, thirteen dead bodies lay on a heap; at other places they lay two, three, ..."
3. The California Culturist: A Journal of Agriculture, Horticulture, Mechanism (1860)
"... suitable to the most diabolical imagination, and fastened upon it its present inappropriate name, which, literately translated, means heated furnace. ..."