Definitions

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  • adv. In an occult manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an occult manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an occult manner; by means of or with reference to occultism.

Etymologies

occult +‎ -ly (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The boy with the billiard ball said that he had never seen it in his life before, and hazarded the suggestion that it had got into his box through some mysterious and occultly evil agency.

    Chapter 21

  • It was an alchemy of soul occultly subtile and profoundly deep -- a mysterious emanation of the spirit, seductive, sweetly humble, and terribly imperious.

    THE SEED OF McCOY

  • The man could not express himself by word nor look nor touch without weaving into the expression, subtly and occultly, the feeling as of a hand that passed and that in passing stroked softly and soothingly.

    Jack London's Short Story - Planchette

  • Unseen and occultly, the gods still gripped with their power and would not let her go.

    The Bondage

  • Over the next several years, the Mother occultly transmitted an entire body of Supramental knowledge to Patrizia which would enable her to carry on this epochal work.

    Does Sri Aurobindo Ashram have a present? Mother India is extremely shy of it

  • Itself occultly conscious, it is, at the same time, the vehicle of expression of an overt Consciousness that has emerged and is self-aware in our physical energy-substance.

    The major Truth is that mind determines body

  • Not just intellectually, but perhaps more radically occultly and esoterically as well. ...

    Perennial prevarication

  • People do not know how dangerous lovesongs can be, the auric egg of Russell warned occultly.

    Ulysses

  • He could be more than I can occultly handle now ...

    Children Of The Night

  • It was as if to her weakness there came miraculously something vital, something occultly helpful in her need, from the distant lover.

    Heart of the Blue Ridge

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