intelligently[ in-tel-i-juhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF intelligently
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTELLIGENTLY
The truth should be told: Wiseli was able and willing to work, and did so, well and intelligently.
If you would work half as hard and half as intelligently as he does you would have half his luck.
I want to serve him, but to do this intelligently I must know him.'
Mrs. Gould was too intelligently sympathetic not to share that feeling.
The other murmured something in a voice that did not intelligently reach the planting.
But for his daughter, indeed, he would hardly have set about it intelligently.
A Pennsylvanian not only could do it, but did it willingly, practically, and intelligently.
But there must be some kind, if the matter is to be intelligently discussed.
They cooperated quite willingly, if not always too intelligently.
By this means we clergymen are able to intelligently warn our flocks.
c.1500, a back-formation from intelligence or else from Latin intelligentem (nominative intelligens), present participle of intelligere, earlier intellegere (see intelligence). Intelligent design, as a name for an alternative to atheistic cosmology and the theory of evolution, is from 1999. Related: Intelligently.