minorly

adverb mi·nor·ly \ ˈmī-nər-lē \

Definition of minorly

: in a minor way : marginally, slightly
  • … she became minorly famous back home for confessional diary items penned for The Daily Telegraph about the life of a young, single woman in Manhattan.
  • —Vit WagnerToronto Star3 Mar. 2009
  • minorly injured
  • The American Embassy was not so much heavily guarded as minorly fortified …
  • —Tom ClancyPatriot Games1987

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1840

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