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originally    : [ɚ'ɪdʒənəli] [ɚ'ɪdʒnəli]
Originally \O*rig"i*nal*ly\, adv.
1. In the original time, or in an original manner; primarily;
from the beginning or origin; not by derivation, or
imitation.
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God is originally holy in himself. --Bp. Pearson.
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2. At first; at the origin; at the time of formation or
costruction; as, a book originally written by another
hand. "Originally a half length [portrait]." --Walpole.
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originally
adv 1: in an original manner
2: with reference to the origin or beginning [synonym:
{primitively}, {originally}, {in the beginning}]
3: before now; "why didn't you tell me in the first place?"
[synonym: {in the first place}, {earlier}, {in the beginning},
{to begin with}, {originally}]



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