And the chief men of the city took the bodies of the three Kings and hid them privily in the earth.
But oughtn't these things be done by night, privily, as they should bury the dead?
Each prayed her privily for her love, and strove all that he could to make him worthy of the gift, above his fellows.
But Holyday's father dragged the scholar aside to talk with him privily.
He was curate unto the parson of Honey Lane.521 It is likely he is privily cloaked there.
That night I privily departed, but she was not behind in weeping and prayer.
How can you be sure that one of your accomplices will not privily inform his Excellency of your name and your mad enterprise?
The ministerial papers, privily warned, would have nothing to say to him.
Richard offered no objection, although he privily condemned cigarettes as implying the effeminate.
There is nothing to do but privily to call the very bride--the lady herself.