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  • adv. In a fraternal manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a fraternal manner.

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

  • adv. in a brotherly manner


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fraternal +‎ -ly


  • (We pick up in the midst of the Divine Liturgy with the new Archbishop being fraternally greeted after having been vested with his pontificals) (Do note the two large icons that have been place on the pillars of the ciborium for the purposes of the Byzantine liturgy) (The altar incensed) (Litanies)

    Eastern Divine Liturgy and Episcopal Consecration in Santa Maria Maggiore

  • Wishing the blessings of the Lord on your pedagogical work, I greet you fraternally.

    PCED declares validity of MP "Summorum Pontificum" for the Ambrosian Rite

  • First in the Hindu and now in the New Statesman, in what may be the most impenetrable piece of mischief ever written, he fraternally urges "Ed Miliband" to admit that he's been a real idiot.

    Will modern-day politicians never stop saying sorry? | Catherine Bennett

  • So a further outbreak of internicene warfare is most likely then (on which point, no one seems to have commented much on the HH letter ending "yours fraternally" - there has never been a brotherhood like the Labour Party new or old).

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • Signed "your fraternally" ... well that will upset Harperson for starters!

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • Her poems and stories envisioned Ishmael and Isaac dwelling fraternally in the land of a common ancestor.

    Jessie Ethel Sampter.

  • * All capitalists want peaceful elections, a peaceful state, peaceful private property of the means of communication, production and destruction, the monopoly of violence by state order, that is, a violent commonwealth, so that the loot and spoils, that trillions of taxpayers 'money fraternally could be divided among themselves in democratic times of economic crisis and depression.

    Honduras and Venezuela, Rosa Luxemburg still is saying: Peace means the world-wide revolution of the proletariat!

  • Time will tell. . .the inevitable biological solution. . .if problems in religious order schools can be solved fraternally and to everyone's benefit, or if it's going to take the delivery of a whole bunch of pink slips.

    Archive 2009-01-11

  • Trusting in your Bishops, united fraternally to the whole presbyterate and supported by the portion of the People of God commended to your care, you will be able to respond faithfully to the Lord who has called you, just as he called Joseph to watch over Mary and the Child Jesus!

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Italians also imitated the French by holding patriotic banquets at which citizens could dine together fraternally.



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