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Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

1844, from medieval + -ly (2).


adv. In a medieval way.

Usage examples of "medievally".

I gather the medievally economic Loram is not good enough for Cambridge.

The towns the circus stopped in, whether just to spend a night or to set up and show, were medievally picturesque—gabled houses with half-timbered or weathered stone fronts and steep roofs dotted all over with dormer windows.

He took very good care of Brother Paul, doing everything medievally possible to promote his health.