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    Duly

    Duly means both 'punctually' and 'properly' or just 'punctually'?

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    Re: Duly

    Quote Originally Posted by AH020387 View Post
    Duly means both 'punctually' and 'properly' or just 'punctually'?

    *just an assistant ESL teacher

    I think it means both. It is a very uncommon word (for me anyway).

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    Re: Duly

    Quote Originally Posted by AH020387 View Post
    Duly means both 'punctually' and 'properly' or just 'punctually'?
    Have you tried the OneLook Dictionary search?

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