Related to yarely: unstanched


 (yâr, yär)
1. Agile; lively.
2. Nautical Responding easily; maneuverable. Used of a vessel.
3. Archaic Ready; prepared.

[Middle English, from Old English gearo, ready.]

yare′ly adv.
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those flower-soft hands/That yarely frame the office.
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