Definitions

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  • adv. with limits; not unlimitedly

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. With limitation.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a limited manner or degree; with limitation.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a limited manner

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Examples

  • “More environmentally friendly options are limitedly available and are considerably more expensive.”

    Common Pavement Sealer is Actually A Harmful Carcinogen | Inhabitat

  • More environmentally friendly options are limitedly available and are considerably more expensive, but in reality, it may not even be necessary to sealpavement at all.

    Common Pavement Sealer is Actually A Harmful Carcinogen | Inhabitat

  • I, alongside millions others, celebrate his most recent accomplishment – though limitedly.

    Re: Obama is NOT King (And Martin Ain't Barack)

  • Actually it's part of a larger, secret strategy of mine to question the assumptions of SF and F characterisation, which I take to be bound by 'a rather stiffly limitedly consecutive logic of human motivation.'

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • During Mr. Schmall's testimony, the Libby defense team is trying to slip that memory defense and the national security information which has already been ruled, in part, to be very limitedly admissible, if at all, into the minds of the jury through a back door and a completely unrelated witness.

    Christy Hardin Smith: Libby Trial: Peeling Back The Layers

  • It may seem that it was less, but that's because it was limitedly social.

    Elite power has never been so powerful

  • By replacing the current Russian Constitution with one that restores the Romanov Dynasty as Emperors/Tsars Putin can in one action, both continue the restoration of traditional Russian culture and pride AND establish a transnational Empire to gather Russia's former nations together, limitedly at first but more intensively as time goes on.

    Union of Russia and Belarus Soon

  • Meanwhile the Democrats don't have the guts to do what is necessary to stop it -- which could easily be done by merely refusing all further funding of any type for the military (or, more limitedly, for Iraq) except for funds needed to finance the protection of troops during a withdrawal.

    More Moral Meltdown In America.

  • I doubt very much that climate researchers are going to collaborate with participants of this blog as a group and very limitedly on an individual basis.

    The Georgia Tech Report Card « Climate Audit

  • By the way, those Nikkatsu Roman Poruno films were rated as above 18 years-old and released limitedly in the special theaters for adults only.

    “Dead man coming through!”

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