enlargedly

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

enlarged +‎ -ly

AdverbEdit

enlargedly (comparative more enlargedly, superlative most enlargedly)

  1. Under enlargement.
    • 2001, Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office
      An image observing device for enlargedly observing an image on an image screen having a plurality of pixels []
  2. (figuratively) With greater extent or scope.
    • a. 1691, Richard Baxter, The Mischiefs of Self-Ignorance
      And hence it is that upright, self-observing souls are so full in prayer, and able to pour out their hearts so enlargedly before the Lord, in confessing their sins, and petitioning for grace, and opening their necessities, and thanking God for spiritual mercies.