handily

[ han-di-lee, -dl-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF handily

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Mayo went at his new tasks so handily that he passed muster as an able seaman.

Handily she went up, making the most of the footholds that offered.

Deities would never be able to move about handily in any country.

Handily situated, at your very elbow, is opportunity for this.

If he were able to get away that night, as he hoped, it might come in handily for breakfast.

Boys who could handily whip him, and knew it, backed away from this onslaught.

But not many are taught to swing the croup at all; very few can do so handily.

His death must have come in handily, people said, and they said no more—just then.

On the way, I kept a sharp outlook, holding my gun, handily.

A large box is handily made of what is necessary to replace any substance.

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