Definition of Pursily

1. in a pursy manner [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pursily

purser rigged and parish damned
pursers
pursership
purserships
purses
pursestring
pursestrings
pursew
purseweb spider
purseweb spiders
pursewed
pursewing
pursews
pursier
pursiest
pursily (current term)
pursiness
pursinesses
pursing
purslain
purslains
purslane
purslane family
purslane speedwell
purslanes
pursuable
pursual
pursuals
pursuance
pursuances

Literary usage of Pursily

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1. The History of Greece by William Mitford (1823)
"Yet however admirable such declamation may be, to found it on the demolition of the truth and even probability of history, is a practice pursily not without ..."

2. Fockleyr Manninagh as Baarlagh by John Kelly, Archibald Cregeen, William Gill, John Ivon Mosley, J. T. Clarke (1866)
"... Highlanders of Scotland Is anyone the poorer mentally or pursily for being able to talk with the Manxmen who ..."

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