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Synonyms for fitly

in an appropriate manner

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Dampier came forward in gown and slippers to receive me, giving me the greeting that I wished, and if I had held a thought that it might more fitly have been accorded me at the front door the first look at him dispelled any sense of his inhospitality.
(aided even by his mother's jointure) were quite inadequate fitly to defray the expenses of living at his splendid country-seat.
But when the Pleiades and Hyades and strong Orion begin to set (31), then remember to plough in season: and so the completed year (32) will fitly pass beneath the earth.
"That might be fitly called a CAT-astrophe," said Gilbert.
Germany a commercial Power, Germany a naval Power, Germany with colonies here and a Forward Policy there, and legitimate aspirations in the other place, might appeal to others, and be fitly served by them; for his own part, he abstained from the fruits of victory, and naturalized himself in England.
(Proverbs 25:11-13 NKJV) A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold In settings of silver.
In the next paragraph, Coverdale refers to the community's Utopian dreaming as building "splendid castles (phalansteries, perhaps, they might be more fitly called)" in the air (3: 19-20).
'In greene vine leaves he was right fitly clad, For other clothes he could not wear for heat; And on his head an yvie garland had, From under which fast trickled downe the sweat.
Thomas and Paul Abrecht, eds, World Conference on Church and Society, Geneva, fitly 12--26, 1966: The official report with a description of the conference (Geneva: World Council of Churches, 1967), 206.
'A word fitly spoken and in due season is like apples of gold in settings of silver'
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Burns might be fitly placed as a poet, historian, and economist.
(11.) Hallaq, "Was al-Shafi[??]i the Master Architect," 596: "Although there is no evidence to indicate that Ibn Surayj wrote a complete work on usul al-fiqh, he seems to have assimilated all teachings on the subject from within and without the Shafi[??]ite school." Hallaq's claim has been repeated by, for example, Gregor Schwarb in "Capturing the Meanings of God's Speech: The Relevance of Usul al-Fiqh to an Understanding of Usul al-Tafsir in Jewish and Muslim Kalam," in A Word Fitly Spoken: Studies in Mediaeval Exegesis of the Hebrew Bible and the Qur[??]an, ed.
A System of Matter Fitly Disposed: Locke's Thinking Matter Revisited, HAN-KYUL KIM