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From same +‎ -ly.


samely (comparative more samely, superlative most samely)

  1. (dialectal) Similar; monotonous; unvaried.
    • 1997, John Smith, ‎Tony Bagnall Smith, Vet in Africa: life on the Zambezi, 1913-1933
      It all helps to vary a diet which, at this time of year, is very samely and low on greens.
    • 1900, The English Illustrated Magazine (volume 23, page 20)
      It is commonly said that the world today is becoming very samely, and the traveller who visits lands that were yesterday regarded as remote haunts of barbarism usually experiences much disillusion.

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