Definition of chastely:
- innocently (part of speech: adverb)
- simply (part of speech: adverb)
purely (part of speech: adverb)
- "Pulpit and Press", Mary Baker Eddy.
- "The Scottish Chiefs", Jane Porter.
An old man, a cobbler, who had left a leg at Tippecanoe and replaced it with a wooden one, chastely decorated with designs of his own carving, came stumping excitedly down the middle of the street, where he walked for fear of the cracks in the wooden pavement, which were dangerous to his art- leg when he came from the Rouen House bar, as on the present occasion.- "The Two Vanrevels", Booth Tarkington.