from The Century Dictionary.
- In youth; as a youth.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective obsolete Like a young person or thing; young; youthful.
- adverb obsolete In a young manner; in the period of youth; early in life.
- adverb rare Ignorantly; weakly.
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- adverb obsolete While
young; as a youth.
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The youngly delightsome frilles-inpleyurs are now showen drawen, if bud one, or, if in florileague, drawens up consociately at the hinder sight of their commoner guardian.
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Baxter tottered on a cane and another walked briskly and youngly among
In that time the king of Bulgaria was converted unto the faith, and was of so great perfection that he made his oldest son king, and he himself took the habit of a monk, but his son governed him so youngly that he took again the rite and law of the paynims.
And among them were clearly marked the peculiarities of Talta: the elderly ladies were youngly dressed and there were many generals.
My Lords, as tis the custome in this place, the youngest should speake first, so, if I chaunce, in this case to speake youngly, pardon me.
And that fresh blood which youngly thou bestow'st,
And that fresh blood which youngly thou bestow’st,