Definition of Partisanly

1. Adverb. In a partisan way. ¹



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Definition of Partisanly

1. [adv]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Partisanly

partied
partier
partiers
parties
parties of the first part
parties of the second part
partim
parting
parting shot
parting shots
partings
partis
partis pris
partisan
partisanism
partisanly (current term)
partisans
partisanship
partisanships
partita
partitas
partite
partition
partition chromatography
partition coefficient
partition of unity
partition off
partitionable
partitioned
partitioned off

Literary usage of Partisanly

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Longfellow, and Other Essays by William Peterfield Trent (1910)
"Poe's fame, therefore, became too much of a sectional or a partisanly individual matter and too little of a national matter, when all the while, ..."

2. The Methodist Review (1873)
"Of the nine full Articles in this number three are political, two of them partisanly and bitterly political; all " under the auspices of the Methodist ..."

3. The Psychology of Nations: A Contribution to the Philosophy of History by George Everett Partridge (1919)
"... do upon a higher level what the public press does in its own way, but mainly partisanly and too often from wholly unworthy motives — make reputations. ..."

4. Major and Minor Keys: Critical Essays on Philippine Fiction and Poetry by Ricaredo Demetillo (1907)
"... can easily be made legally accepted! and if the water rates are fairly and non-partisanly adjusted to the amount and general character of the investment ..."

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