admirably[ ad-mer-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF admirably
Synonyms for admirably
- to perfection
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADMIRABLY
I bought 'em cheap, at a sale the other day, and they'll come in admirably.
This ladder would do admirably, unless the workmen had taken it away.
How admirably you expressed to him all that has been boiling in my own heart so long!
His feet were large, his hands plump and over-broad, but admirably cared for.
The work is admirably printed, and does credit to the publishers.
A fine, strapping trio they were, splendidly horsed and admirably equipped.
And it must be said that he was admirably seconded by the fair and energetic Therese.
The rigs of these vessels were admirably adapted for their purpose.
If Cullingworth still bore any resentment, he concealed it most admirably.
It was for the times a good paper, and the printing was admirably done.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ADMIRABLY
- in a satisfactory manner
- with skill