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adverb as in competently

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Help us understand what we should be covering or serve as an expert to make sure we’re on the right track.

These group participants may have the “right” to have these discussions online, at least in Facebook’s view, but there’s disagreement on whether the groups should be allowed the same search billing and discoverability as more expert-led resources.

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Biden spoke here in his hometown after receiving a briefing from experts about developing and distributing a vaccine.

Only if it was completely transparent — that other experts in the country could look at it.

This is a thematically coherent collection of well-crafted pop songs, expertly played by accomplished musicians.

But what should we expect from a magazine that trades so expertly in the disjuncture between fantasy and reality?

Their blue jumpsuits are stained with grease, and their hair is expertly wrapped in scarves to keep it out of their way.

He expertly weaves multiple strands of information into a smooth narrative studded with mini-biographies.

While the sushi itself is solid—fresh and expertly prepared—this place is also known for its warm service.

Peter Gross took the other bowl and began eating, wielding the chopsticks expertly.

It is always a pleasure to meet with an essay in fiction from his expertly wielded pen.

So expertly was the thrust weighted that the point of the weapon protruded on the other side and scarred the earth.

Even the songs of the Indians sounded better; the canoes looked more graceful, and the paddles seemed to be wielded more expertly.

Then she halted, hands in pockets, rocked easily upon heel and toe, and spat expertly between her teeth.


On this page you'll find 115 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to expertly, such as: ably, adroitly, aptly, deftly, handily, and ingeniously.

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