inly,

adjective and adverb: originally a rare synonym for inwardly, its now a syntactic and semantic counterpart to only combining the meanings of exclusivity and subjectivity. “The only place in the world” resists being proved, in any sense, wrong — but “the inly place” remains intently subjective: asserts the place special “if only” to the speaker who cares not about its actual uniquity.

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