Be in no doubt: the decline of Catholicism in Irish life is chiefly the result of the Church's own actions.
Yet many students, chiefly athletes, continue to gripe about the rumblies in their tumblies.
Testimony was what made the case, chiefly the confessions of the young men.
Kennedy led the fight against Bork, opposing him chiefly on civil rights.
But even a great communicator has to be wary of an issue that affects women being talked about chiefly by men.
It is chiefly from the wealthy that the ranks of the pessimists are recruited; and naturally so.
Lastly, and chiefly, a mind turned to what is just and good.
Fomentations are chiefly employed to allay pain or irritation, or to promote suppuration or the healthy action of the parts.
I revert, then, to my statement that God's relation to punishment is chiefly verbal.
He was given an official position and sent on several missions, chiefly in south-west China.