Definitions for abstinently
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ab•sti•nenceˈæb stə nəns(n.)
forbearance from indulgence of an appetite.
abstention from a drug, as alcohol or heroin, esp. a drug on which one is dependent.
the refraining from certain kinds of foods on certain days, as from meat during Lent.
Origin of abstinence:
1250–1300; ME < L abstinentia. See abstain , -ence