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  • adv. perfectly

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. Perfectly.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An obsolete or dialectal form of perfectly.


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parfit +‎ -ly


  • All that you've got for to do is to keep parfitly still till the turtles comes out o 'the sea, d'ye see?

    Lost in the Forest Wandering Will's Adventures in South America

  • "Now, that bein 'the case, an' the baggage all wet, an 'the day parfitly beautiful, an' the sun about hot enough to bile the sea, we can't do better nor stay where we are, an 'mend the canoes, dry the goods, an' start fair to-morrow mornin '."


  • "I kan not parfitly my paternoster, as the priest sayeth,

    The Dukeries

  • I can't say no fairer than that, for, as to askin 'adwice on religious matters from the likes o' me, w'y the thing's parfitly ridiklous! "

    Jarwin and Cuffy


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