adequately[ ad-i-kwit ]SEE DEFINITION OF adequately
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADEQUATELY
That which we do not believe we cannot adequately say, though we may repeat the words never so often.
The subject is a great one and cannot be adequately treated as an appendage to another.
She was in high feather, not adequately to be expressed by the plumes, and at once she told him why.
I only know of one book in which the subject is adequately handled.
I wish that I could adequately express my thoughts about her, but I can't.
Even to-day we are scarcely in a position to do so adequately.
If ever we adequately explain the one we may adequately explain the other.
It is impossible, adequately, to describe this wonderful scene.
This book, also, is adequately illustrated by Charles Copeland.
They are adequately illustrated and furnished with maps and indexes.