Validly \Val"id*ly\, adv. In a valid manner; so as to be valid. [1913 Webster]

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  • validly — adv. legitimately; bindingly; in a valid manner …   English contemporary dictionary

  • validly — val·id·ly …   English syllables

  • valid — validly, adv. validness, n. /val id/, adj. 1. sound; just; well founded: a valid reason. 2. producing the desired result; effective: a valid antidote for gloom. 3. having force, weight, or cogency; authoritative. 4. legally sound, effective, or… …   Universalium

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