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Definition of Dreadly

Dreadly
Dreadly Dread"ly, a. Dreadful. [Obs.] ``Dreadly spectacle.' --Spenser. -- adv. With dread. [Obs.] ``Dreadly to shake.' --Sylvester (Du Bartas).

Meaning of Dreadly from wikipedia

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