from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. In an inward manner; inwardly.
- adv. With thorough knowledge or understanding.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Inward.
- adv. Inwardly, within; internally; secretly.
- adv. Heartily, completely, fully, thoroughly; extremely.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Internal; interior; secret.
- adv. Internally; within; in the heart.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Internal; inward.
- Internally; inwardly; within; secretly.
- Heartily; fully; hence, extremely.
Reading through the comments, there were inly a few schmucks who tried to defend this action.
Many of you that pout and spew hate on Obama are inly contributing to the problem as you offer no real solutions to the problems we face.
The inly thing that Hector did was leave out the words “with me” in the sentence I quoted.
As I said, Not as I define either deisgn or evolution, but as those words are defined in the scientific literature, even if inly (and usally) implicitly.
Or are you saying the email address is the inly important part?
O the cruel anguish of this bloody wound that inly racks my frame!
To celestial ears recording such a message inly borne,
Troubleth, as he whose friend only but inly was
Maybe for all they chide, their hearts do inly desire thee.
Me to the same brotherhood doubt not to be inly devoted,