Definitions

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  • adverb In an arboreal manner
  • adverb With regard to trees

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Examples

  • Once we flew in the air, and once we dwelt arboreally and were afraid of the dark.

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  • In other news: ursine defecation has been found to be common in arboreally dense regions and the Pope has been found to believe in Catholicism to the exclusion of other faiths.

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  • I believe that tree is a maple; you tell me it's really an elm; that will defeat my belief that it's a maple if I think you know what you are talking about and aim to tell the truth, but not if I think you are even less arboreally informed than I, or that there is only a 50-50 chance that you are telling what you take to be the truth.

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  • Wherever they could, dwellers went arboreally rather than on the ground.

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  • About a meter tall if it stood erect, it must use its short, bowed legs arboreally by choice, for it ran on all fours and either foot terminated in three well-developed grasping digits.

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  • Once we flew in the air, and once we dwelt arboreally and were afraid of the dark.

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  • The arboreally inspired offerings are the Hazel and the Elm, but feature a

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