readily[ red-l-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF readily
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR READILY
You Westerners have another way, of accepting people too readily.
His reason for not pursuing the fugitive may be readily understood.
In most parts of Mesopotamia it was understood as readily as the native tongue.
If this is the case the expert's bill may readily run up to $50.
You can readily believe that Napoleon was made much of by all his family because of his action.
Unwilling to be disturbed, I readily believed all that lulled me in my security.
How arduous and delicate they were may be readily understood.
I know not whether the reader will readily apprehend this reasoning.
And once the heart of Maltravers had so readily betrayed itself!
Unfortunately for my peace of mind, I adore but too readily.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR READILY
- face to face
- in broad daylight
- in full view
- in public
- in the open
- under one's nose
- warts and all
- without pretense
- without reserve