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- adv. In a lowly way.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a lowly place or manner; humbly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a lowly manner; humbly.
Book affright them not, delivering high things lowlily, and with few words a copious meaning.
'I will build for my gods greatly yet lowlily, measuring my effort to those powers of man which at their fullest I know to be moderate, making my work harmonious with what little it is permitted to me to know' -- in jumps the rash Christian, saying with the men of Babel,
The Ranger bent most lowlily to the ground, for he well knew the veneration this man excited both amongst soldiers and Puritans.
With these words, she crossed her arms meekly on her bosom, and inclined lowlily before him.
They approached the altar; and there the King knelt down lowlily, and none heard the prayer.
King knelt down lowlily, and none heard the prayer.
"Have you done with me?" then he said, bowing his head lowlily, for his pride was gone; "may we -- that is, I and this, my poor device -- withdraw from your palace?