Definition of Advisedly. Meaning of Advisedly. Synonyms of Advisedly

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Definition of Advisedly

Advisedly
Advisedly Ad*vis"ed*ly, adv. 1. Circumspectly; deliberately; leisurely. [Obs.] --Shak. 2. With deliberate purpose; purposely; by design. ``Advisedly undertaken.' --Suckling.

Meaning of Advisedly from wikipedia

- eyelids slowly lift up, without any spasmodic contractions – I insist advisedly on this peculiarity – but with an even movement, quite distinct and normal...
- list of the books received by the Church as inspired, but omits, perhaps advisedly, the terms canon and canonical. The Council of Florence therefore taught...
- reflected in the early years of Bourbon rule in which the military was ill-advisedly pitched into battle in the War of the Quadruple Alliance (1718–1720)....
- cash grab that cynically exploits its target audience (I use the term advisedly) by serving them s****s and calling it yummy." Owen Gleiberman of Variety...
- as occurring other than by work or transfer of matter; temperature is advisedly and deliberately not mentioned in this now widely accepted definition...
- Edward Hall Simon Nye 21 May 2017 (2017-05-21) 5.49 A hastily, and ill-advisedly, thrown together cricket match does nothing to soothe relations between...
- already remote, will be lessened. We use the phrase "already remote" advisedly for we wish to make it plain that we found nothing to suggest that the...
- exalted position you have now achieved ─ and the word exalted is used advisedlyexists because of the attitude and performance of the Chiefs before...
- Robert Stigwood says, "Barry is the Bee Gees coordinator, I used the word advisedly, as there is no leader of the group as such. He has a tremendous feel...
- Republic, whose enterprising spirit had filled us with admiration. Ill-advisedly, however, as some say, or dominated by a desire to rule without let or...
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