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1. Of, relating to, or prescribing punishment, as for breaking the law.
2. Subject to punishment; legally punishable: a penal offense.
3. Serving as or constituting a means or place of punishment: penal servitude; a penal colony.

[Middle English, from Old French peinal and from Medieval Latin pēnālis, both from Latin poenālis, from poena, penalty, from Greek poinē; see kwei- in Indo-European roots.]

pe′nal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.penally - in a punishing manner
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Joe Grant added a third off the underside of the bar and, although Luke Edwards pulled one back, Bracknell made sure from the penally spot in injury time when Bowerman bagged his second of the game.
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Turf was cut to mark the start of construction on a new building for Cardiff West Community High School on land at Penally Road in Caerau.
Similarly, the disagreement between Waldron and me, also discussed below, about whether the section of the Public Order Act enhancing the penally for racially or religiously motivated violations of Section 5 is a hate crime rather than a hate speech statute, does not stem from uncertainty as to what type of expression constitutes hate speech.
Dissenting from a denial of post-conviction relief in a 1981 death penally case, Justice Daniel Shea of the Montana Supreme Court chided the majority for "clos[ing] its eyes to the issues raised on appeal.
In some of our countries, the death penally is still an integral part of the legal system.
The obligation, (as all moral obligations are) is only morally binding and not penally imposable.
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uk Penally Abbey, Penally, Pembrokeshire "A HAPPY place", Lucas and Melanie Boissevain's smartly refurbished hotel, in an 18th-century Gothic house, charms with its refined bedrooms, flower-filled sitting room and pretty terrace looking out to sea.
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In Wales the affected sites are Caerwent, Monmouthshire; Castlemartin, Pembrokeshire; Kinmel Park, Denbighshire; Llansilin, Powys; Manorbier, Pembrokeshire; Rogiet Moor, Monmouthshire; Penally, Pembrokeshire; Sealand, Flintshire and Sennybridge in Powys.