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First published 1951 (DOST Vol. II).
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Gentlemanie, -man(n)y, a. [f. gentleman Gentillman.] Gentlemanly. — a1578 Pitsc. (ed. 1814) I. 178.
He vsed meikle hunting and hawking, with other gentlmanie [ed. 1728 gentlemanny] exercise
1692–3 Presb. Eloq. (ed. 2) 83.
I tell you there is gentlemany preaching, and a commonmany preaching

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