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Properly

Prop´er`ly
adv.1.In a proper manner; suitably; fitly; strictly; rightly; as, a word properly applied; a dress properly adjusted.
2.Individually; after one's own manner.
Now, harkeneth, how I bare me properly.
- Chaucer.
Adv.1.properly - in the right manner; "please do your job properly!"; "can't you carry me decent?"
Antonyms:
improperly - in an improper way; "he checked whether the wound had healed improperly"
2.properly - with reason or justice
Synonyms: by rights
acceptably, according to use, accurately, adequately, advantageously, advisably, aesthetically, amply, appropriately, aptly, artistically, as is proper, as is right, becomingly, by right, by rights, comme il faut, condignly, congruously, conveniently, conventionally, correctly, customarily, decently, decorously, deservedly, desirably, disinterestedly, dispassionately, duly, elegantly, equally, equitably, evenly, expediently, fair, fairly, faultlessly, feasibly, fitly, fittingly, flawlessly, genteelly, gracefully, impartially, impersonally, in all conscience, in good taste, in reason, inequity, injustice, just right, just so, justifiably, justifiedly, justly, meetly, nicely, opportunely, orthodoxly, perfectly, politely, practically, quietly, right, rightfully, rightly, satisfactorily, seasonably, seemly, sic, simply, so, sortably, straight, suitably, tastefully, to advantage, traditionally, unobtrusively, upon even terms, warrantably, warrantedly, well, with taste, without distinction
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-- Properly --
properly speaking
Properness
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Property
property line
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