Inly

Part of speech: adverb

In the inner parts; inwardly.

Part of speech: adverb

Inwardly.

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Usage examples "inly":

  1. Poetry is thought so inly warmed by creative sensibility as to overflow in musical cadence. - "Essays Æsthetical", George Calvert.
  2. He swore inly that Apaecides should not escape him. - "The Last Days of Pompeii", Edward George Bulwer-Lytton.
  3. And, therefore, although he could not so far emancipate himself from that influence, which both awe and gratitude invested in the Earl of Warwick, as to resist his great minister's embassy to Louis; and though, despite all these reasons in favour of connection with Burgundy, he could not but reluctantly allow that Warwick urged those of a still larger and wiser policy, when showing that the infant dynasty of York could only be made secure by effectually depriving Margaret of the sole ally that could venture to assist her cause,- yet no sooner had Warwick fairly departed than he inly chafed at the concession he had made, and his mind was open to all the impressions which the earl's enemies sought to stamp upon it. - "The Last Of The Barons, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.