What is written already, if you read, you do so meritoriously—and it's an example of bad writing, if you want one in the poems.
To the great mothers, (goddesses,) Anthony Orberthol willingly and meritoriously has performed his vows or promises.
In some cases that may be innocently and, when it sends the lead at the hordes that support a tyrant, meritoriously employed.
And the napery, the glassware and the flowers also meritoriously performed the spectacular duties required of them.
"Peter is very silent, and most meritoriously uninterested in everything," he said to his wife.
In some cases that may be innocently, and, when it sends the lead at the hordes that support a tyrant, meritoriously employed.
She was, at that very moment, meritoriously and heartily engaged in eating her breakfast.
early 15c., "deserving of divine grace," from Latin meritorius "that for which money is paid, that by which money is earned," from meritus, past participle of merere "to earn" (see merit (n.)). Related: Meritoriously; meritoriousness.