EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIFFICULTLY
Relinquish, now, the hopes so long pursued,—so difficultly caught?
“He told me there was no reason why I should not try my luck,” he said difficultly.
The radial may be so deeply situated in the wrist of a fat subject that it is difficultly palpable.
Arecaidine forms white crystals easily soluble in water, and difficultly soluble in alcohol.
By adding nitric acid to the solution, the chrysaniline is thrown down in the form of a difficultly soluble nitrate.
In weathering, the difficultly decomposable precious stones have not been attacked, or attacked only to a limited extent.
I refer to the instinctive and difficultly controlled impulse to shoot too quickly when the bird rises.
This last class is sometimes subdivided into those which are easily, and those which are difficultly fused.
It is manifest that a court would subsist as difficultly without this kind of coin as a trading city without paper credit.
This is insoluble in water, also in chloroform, and difficultly soluble in alcohol.