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Pily \Pi"ly\, a. (Zo["o]l.) Like pile or wool.


a. Like pile or wool.

Usage examples of "pily".

This formerly hunted man, wh had spent twenty years hiding and alone, now walked the world openly, haj pily, his face to the sun.

Father had worked on Lincoln in private, using the Jackson precedents, and Monty had himself worked on Lincoln in Cabinet, stressing his duty never to give up federal authority anywhere, an idea to which the new Chief Executive, happily for the Union, seemed almost mystically attached.

Au milieu de ce sabbat, on le distinguait encore au haut de son pilier, comme un mousse dans le hunier.