Definition of "signally" [sig•nal•ly]

  • To a conspicuous degree; notably. (adverb)

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Use "signally" in a sentence
  • "It was threatened to be withdrawn on their disobedience or apostasy; and most signally is the execution of that threatening seen in the present sterility of Palestine."
  • "Formerly, it was a common thing for most of the leading _party_-papers, especially in the large cities, to speak of the abolitionists in terms signally disrespectful and offensive."
  • "But Hawke, whose name signally represents the bold, swift, sure character of the man, understood the design, took the risk, avoided the danger, and clutched the prey."
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