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From Middle English serly, serelych, serelyche, equivalent to sere (separate, different, distinct) +‎ -ly.

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serely (comparative more serely, superlative most serely)

  1. (now rare, archaic, dialectal) separately; differently; severally; distinctly.
    • 2012, Christina M. Fitzgerald, ‎John T. Sebastian, The Broadview Anthology of Medieval Drama - Page 87:
      Under the Heaven and also above The waters serely shall be seen, And so I will my posty prove By creatures of kinds clean.

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serely

  1. Alternative form of sorely