intramurally

intramural

[in-truh-myoor-uhl]
adjective
1.
involving only students at the same school or college: intramural athletics.
2.
within the walls, boundaries, or enclosing units, as of a city, institution, or building. Compare extramural.
3.
Anatomy. being within the substance of a wall, as of an organ.
4.
involving or understood only by members of a single group, profession, etc.: an intramural medical conference.

Origin:
1840–50; intra- + mural

intramurally, adverb

intermural, intramural.
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intramural (ˌɪntrəˈmjʊərəl)
 
adj
1.  chiefly (US), (Canadian) education operating within or involving those in a single establishment
2.  anatomy within the walls of a cavity or hollow organ
 
intra'murally
 
adv

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intramural
1846, lit. "within the walls," from intra- "within" + L. murus "wall." Activity "within the walls" of a city, building, community, institution. Equivalent to L.L. intramuranus.
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