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Definition of Fourthly

  • In the fourth place.
  • in the fourth place

How to use fourthly in a sentence. Fourthly pronunciation.

Fourthly, the total absence in Borrow of the sentimentality for which the soul of the normal Englishman yearns.
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There are five principal ones, to wit: first, science, which comprises prudence and wisdom; secondly, temperance, comprising sobriety and chastity; thirdly, courage, or strength of body and mind; fourthly, activity, that is to say, love of labor and employment of time; fifthly, and finally, cleanliness, or purity of body, as well in dress as in habitation.
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Fourthly, as these differences of version arise often tinder the _same_ reading of the original text; but as, in the meantime, there are many _different_ readings, here a fifth source of possible error calls for a fifth inspiration overruling us to the proper choice amongst various readings.
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Fourthly, it is urged that, if he had turned the prisoners loose, they would have faced him again in his next battle.
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Then Eudemon, asking leave of the vice-king his master so to do, with his cap in his hand, a clear and open countenance, beautiful and ruddy lips, his eyes steady, and his looks fixed upon Gargantua with a youthful modesty, standing up straight on his feet, began very gracefully to commend him; first, for his virtue and good manners; secondly, for his knowledge, thirdly, for his nobility; fourthly, for his bodily accomplishments; and, in the fifth place, most sweetly exhorted him to reverence his father with all due observancy, who was so careful to have him well brought up.
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Fourthly, The tickling pricks of incontinency are blunted by an eager study; for from thence proceedeth an incredible resolution of the spirits, that oftentimes there do not remain so many behind as may suffice to push and thrust forwards the generative resudation to the places thereto appropriated, and therewithal inflate the cavernous nerve whose office is to ejaculate the moisture for the propagation of human progeny.
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Fourthly, he is to produce a sufficient and authentic attestation of his having thoroughly and entirely slept, conform to the Gloss.
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Fourthly, the Allens have been blessed with an unusual share of worldly prosperity, and George is about to become a partner.
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For jealousy is a vice of the mind, a culpable tendency of the temper, having certain well-known and well-defined effects and concomitants, all of which are visible in Leontes, and, I boldly say, not one of which marks its presence in Othello;—such as, first, an excitability by the most inadequate causes, and an eagerness to snatch at proofs; secondly, a grossness of conception, and a disposition to degrade the object of the passion by sensual fancies and images; thirdly, a sense of shame of his own feelings exhibited in a solitary moodiness of humour, and yet from the violence of the passion forced to utter itself, and therefore catching occasions to ease the mind by ambiguities, equivoques, by talking to those who cannot, and who are known not to be able to, understand what is said to them,—in short, by soliloquy in the form of dialogue, and hence a confused, broken, and fragmentary, manner; fourthly, a dread of vulgar ridicule, as distinct from a high sense of honour, or a mistaken sense of duty; and lastly, and immediately, consequent on this, a spirit of selfish vindictiveness.
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Fourthly, the cautious Fabian policy of William the Silent prevented the Dutch from staking heavily upon battles in the open field.
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Fourthly, a great impetus to individual morality, as well as to theological study, was afforded by the reformation.
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Fourthly, the painstaking study of a small group of scholars afforded us our first glimpse of the real character of the vast universe about our own globe-the scientific basis of modern astronomy.
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The proof of this depends on the proof of four facts: first, that the Cherusci were Old Saxons, or Saxons of the interior of Germany; secondly, that the Anglo-Saxons, or Saxons of the coast of Germany, were more closely akin than other German tribes were to the Cheruscan Saxons; thirdly, that the Old Saxons were almost exterminated by Charlemagne; fourthly, that the Anglo-Saxons are our immediate ancestors.
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Fourthly, That the localities selected by Europeans, as best adapted for the purposes of cultivation, or of grazing, are those that would usually be equally valued above others, by the natives themselves, as places of resort, or districts in which they could most easily procure their food.
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Fourthly, in every case where the strata dip in a contrary direction to the slope of the valley, whatever be the angle of inclination, the newer beds will appear the highest, as in the first and second cases.
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The principal divisions into which the lacustrine series may be separated are the following:- first, Sandstone, grit, and conglomerate, including red marl and red sandstone; secondly, Green and white foliated marls; thirdly, Limestone, or travertin, often oolitic in structure; fourthly, Gypseous marls.
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Fourthly, The constant breeders, besides the gain of eight shillings sterling per annum by the sale of their children, will be rid of the charge of maintaining them after the first year.
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Fourthly: Can you give me any very hairy Saxifraga (for their functions) [i.e. the functions of the hairs]?
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Could I report as I do at the close, First, the preacher speaks through his nose: Second, his gesture is too emphatic: Thirdly, to waive what's pedagogic, The subject-matter itself lacks logic: Fourthly, the English is ungrammatic.
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And fourthly, the ordinances and rites which we observe.
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Examples of Fourthly

Example #1
Fifthly, disappointment at not finding the critic's due from an accepted author in quotable passages of picturesque prose.
Example #2
Secondly, a dislike for Borrow's prejudices.
Example #3
Which are the individual virtues? A.
Example #4
How does the law of nature prescribe science?
Example #5
What may be called a 'textual' inspiration for _selecting_ the right reading is requisite for the very same reason, neither more nor less, which supposes any verbal inspiration originally requisite for _constituting_ a right reading.
Example #6
No. 4, for the guidance of each separate Christian applying himself to the Scriptures in his mother tongue; he will have to select not one (where is the one that has been uniformly correct?) but a multitude; else the same error will again rush in by torrents through the license of interpretation assumed by these many adverse translators.