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stilly

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adverb stil·ly \ˈstil-lē\

Definition of stilly

  1. :  in a calm manner :  quietly

Before 12th Century

First Known Use of stilly

before 12th century


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stilly

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adjective stil·ly \ˈsti-lē\

Definition of stilly

  1. :  still, quiet

Examples of stilly in a sentence

  1. bats taking flight in the stilly summer evening

  2. dipping my paddle into the stilly water, I began canoeing across the pond

Origin and Etymology of stilly

4still + 1-y


First Known Use: 1722



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