provincially

[ pruh-vin-shuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF provincially

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He arrived in Paris at the age of twenty-five, provincially instructed, but already of a marvellous erudition.

Isolate we have indeed been as a people, but not provincially nor narrowly nor proudly isolate.

If this scheme should prove oppressive, provincially or parochially, he was willing to give it up.

The Romans having governed Oceana provincially, the Teutons were the first that introduced the form of the late monarchy.

Clay-slate is provincially called Killas; and Porphyry is known by the name of Elvan.

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