Metely

Mete"ly

, a. According to measure or proportion; proportionable; proportionate. [Obs.]
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Met`em*pir"ic

(?),

Met`em*pir"ic*al

(?), } a. [Pref. met- + empiric, -ical.] (Metaph.) Related, or belonging, to the objects of knowledge within the province of metempirics.
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If then the empirical designates the province we include within the range of science, the province we exclude may be fitly styled the metempirical.
G. H. Lewes.
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