from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a manner agreeable to statute; as required or provided by statute.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb Conformably to statute.

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  • adverb In a way that conforms to statute.


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statutable +‎ -ly


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  • Under this _learned Schoolmaster_ he attained to a good degree of learning, and was statutably admitted in St. _John's_-Colledge in

    The Lives of the Most Famous English Poets (1687)

  • The punishment was the same as that which was statutably enacted in the case of Rouse.

    The Reign of Henry the Eighth, Volume 1 (of 3)

  • It is possible that Milton was not statutably eligible, for, by the statutes of Christ's, there could not be, at one time, more than two fellows who were natives of the same county.


  • But the best jest of all would be, to see an ordinary fellow, a strolling player for example, set seriously to make or repeat verses in our streets or squares concerning his sweetheart's _cruelty_; when he would be in more danger from that of the mob and the magistrates; who, if the first did not throw dirt at him, and drive him home quickly, would come themselves, and examine into his sanity, and if they found him not _statutably mad_, commit him for a vagrant.

    Observations and Reflections Made in the Course of a Journey through France, Italy, and Germany, Vol. I

  • Under this learned Schoolmaster he attained to a good degree of learning, and was statutably admitted in St. John's-Colledge in Cambridge, (as many years after incorporated a honorary Member of Christ-Church in Oxford) here he staid but some small time, for want of maintainance; for if there be no Oyl in the Lamp, it will soon be extinguish'd: And now, as if he had quite laid aside all thoughts of the University, he betook himself to the Trade of his Father-in-law; And let not any be offended herewith, since it is more commendable to work in a lawful Calling, then having one not to use it.

    The Lives of the Most Famous English Poets

  • Robert Holmes rose, during the judge's speech, and said, "My lords, with the greatest respect, what I said was, that though he might be statutably guilty, he was not, in my opinion, morally guilty.

    The Felon's Track History Of The Attempted Outbreak In Ireland, Embracing The Leading Events In The Irish Struggle From The Year 1843 To The Close Of 1848

  • It is doubtful whether Jonson ever went to either university, though Fuller says that he was "statutably admitted into St. John's

    Every Man in His Humor


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