unperfectly

unperfectly

(ʌnˈpɜːfɪktlɪ)
adv
obsolete imperfectly
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Finally while still [young only] a comparatively young man [little above 40 years of age] he was killed in 1850 by an accident with an unperfectly broken thoroughbred horse of his own breeding leaving a widow [who] and one son who was their child come of age who is the present owner Mr.