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Definition of Tinnily
1. in a tinny manner [adv]
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Literary usage of Tinnily
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The African Repository by American Colonization Society (1851)
"... institutions of the Christian religion—a country whose deadly fevers have prevented its exploration by whites, will effectually bar Chns- tinnily from ..."
2. Christian Archaeology by Charles Wesley Bennett (1888)
"CHAPTER I. THE CHRISTIAN FAMILY. :. The family type of the Church... 461 3. Tlio apostles in harmony with 2. Christ's sanction of the tinnily 401 Christ . ..."
3. Reports of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston by Prison Discipline Society, Boston, Boston Prison Discipline Society, Mass ) Prison Discipline Society (Boston (1855)
"... there are at these habits and principle*, arc roaming over the country, and are fre»|tinnily presenting thein- n li. ..."
4. The Gallery of Nature and Art: Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science by Edward Polehampton, John Mason Good (1818)
"The Derwentwater estate was not long since restored to its noble tinnily, subject to a large fee ..."