• (America, RP) IPA: /ˈðʌ

thusly (not comparable)

  1. (sometimes proscribed) thus (in this way).
    • 1866, Petroleum V. Nasby, Life of Androo Johnson
      His course can only be akkounted for thusly:
    • 1866, Harper's Magazine,
      He had an attack of catarrh not long ago, and it happened, as J. Billings would say, "thusly:"
    • 1995 December, John P. Wiley Jr, quoting Edward R. Harrison, Smithsonian Magazine:
      The history of the Universe has been summed up thusly: "Hydrogen is a light, odorless gas, which, given enough time, turns into people."
      Answering the call to recycle my time.

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