Quodlibetically

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quodlibet (ˈkwɒdlɪˌbɛt)
 
n
1.  a light piece of music based on two or more popular tunes
2.  a subtle argument, esp one prepared as an exercise on a theological topic
 
[C14: from Latin, from quod what + libet pleases, that is, whatever you like]
 
quodli'betical
 
adj
 
quodli'betically
 
adv

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