artily


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art·y

 (är′tē)
adj. art·i·er, art·i·est Informal
1. Of or relating to artists or the fine arts.
2. Showily or affectedly artistic.

art′i·ly adv.
art′i·ness n.

artily

(ˈɑːrtɪlɪ)
adv
in an affectedly creative or aesthetic manner
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