properly; thoroughly; completely (adverb) अच्छी तरह से; पूरी तरह से; पूरी तरह
Examples of word proper
No Tractarians proper are introduced: and this is noted in the advertisement: "No _proper_ representative is intended in this tale, of the religious opinions, which had lately so much influence in the University of Oxford."
For example, it is satisfied by a model in which a whole can be decomposed into several proper parts all of which overlap one another (Figure 2, right), and it may be argued that such models do not do justice to the meaning of ˜proper part™: after all, the idea is that the removal of a proper part should leave a remainder, but it is by no means clear what would be left of x once z (along with its parts) is removed.
As in the case of seeds, he used the term proper to bodies, saying, "it is not quickened, except it die:" so in the case of bodies, the expression belonging to seeds, saying, "it is sown in corruption, it is raised in incorruption."
Boswell's conversation with the King about the title proper to be given to the Young Pretender.
_Boswell's conversation with the King about the title proper to be given to the Young Pretender.
But he is concerned with news that bin Laden's body was buried at sea, without what he called a proper Muslim burial.
U.S. officials said Wednesday they will continue to push for what they describe as proper reform.
When an Englishman used the word proper, he could only mean one thing—another Englishman.