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Etymology edit

From proprietous +‎ -ly.

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proprietously (comparative more proprietously, superlative most proprietously)

  1. In a proprietous or proper manner or way; properly.
    • 1975, Lois Karen Baldwin, Down on Bugger Run: Family Group and the Social Base of Folklore[1], page 7:
      Here, framed in neutral gray or fading magenta cardboard, were handsome grinning men and proprietously somber women.

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