dearnly

dearnly

(ˈdɜːnlɪ)
adv
in a solitary or unseen manner
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T Dearnly, listed building consent fro demolition of existing conservatory and building of replacement sun lounge, The Barn, Ashgrove Royd Top, Broad Lane, Upper thong.
1932-57: II, 43), and employed dearnly ('secretly') in a wrong meaning, namely 'dismally' (Greenlaw et al.
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Sturges, Paul; Davies, Eric; Dearnly, James, Iliffe, Ursula; Oppenheim, Charles; and Hardy, Rachel (2003) "User Privacy in the Digital Library Environment: an Investigation of Policies and Preparedness," Library Management 24(1), 44-50.