Definition of Tinnily

1. Adverb. In a tinny way. ¹



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Definition of Tinnily

1. in a tinny manner [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tinnily

tinned
tinned dog
tinned goods
tinned meat
tinnen
tinner
tinner's snips
tinner snips
tinners
tinnevelly senna
tinnie
tinnient
tinnier
tinnies
tinniest
tinnily (current term)
tinniness
tinninesses
tinning
tinnings
tinnitis
tinnitus
tinnitus aurium
tinnitus cerebri
tinnituses
tinnock
tinny
tinplate
tinplated
tinplates

Literary usage of Tinnily

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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 ..."

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