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- adv. In an ordinate manner; regular; orderly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an ordinate manner; orderly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Regularly; according to an established order; in order.
- In mathematics, as or so as to form an ordinate.
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And they live full ordinately, and so soberly in meat and drink, that they live right long.
And when they be thus apparelled, they go two and two together, full ordinately, before the emperor, without speech of any word, save only inclining to him.
(Irenaeus, cxix.), "in the Valentinian acceptation of the word, to mean an emanation from the divine substance, subsisting co-ordinately and co-eternally with the Deity, the Pleroma still remaining one."
Hope trusts ordinately, and presumption inordinately.
Thus these foolish people departed, some one way and some another; and the king and his lords and all his company right ordinately entered into London with great joy.
The earl of Alençon came to the battle right ordinately and fought with the Englishmen, and the earl of Flanders also on his part.
Husbandry which Mayster Groshede somtyme Bysshop of Lyncoln made, and translated it out of Frensshe into Englyshe, whiche techeth all maner of men to governe theyr londes, tenementes, and demesnes ordinately. '
On the other hand, if one be ordinately intent on the knowledge of sensible things by reason of the necessity of sustaining nature, or for the sake of the study of intelligible truth, this studiousness about the knowledge of sensible things is virtuous.
These were strenuous occupations for a boy of nine and a girl of thirteen, but, though we were not in - ordinately good children, we never complained; we found them very satisfactory substitutes for more normal bucolic joys.
If it is a matter of provincial legislation let us get solid public opinion to force the province to act co-ordinately and unitedly.