felicitously[ fi-lis-i-tuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF felicitously
Synonyms for felicitously
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FELICITOUSLY
It felicitously combined suggestions of chivalry and friendliness.
The Virgilian line our orator introduced so felicitously is omitted.
Gautier has described his friends and comrades most felicitously.
This arrangement greatly pleased her; it was so felicitously definite.
The moral is felicitously developed, and is true in thought and feeling.
Things are felicitously seen by Mr. Burroughs, and then felicitously said.
"I betche he lays for Andy yet, and gits him," predicted Happy Jack felicitously.
With Leslie so felicitously married, she would have felt ready for her nunc dimittis.
The perusal of this essay suggested the idea which has been so felicitously expanded in High life below Stairs.
Scene and hour are felicitously selected, and the humanity which belongs to this pictorial drama is finely conceived.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FELICITOUSLY
- with good grace
- with pleasure
- with relish