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How to use sprucely in a sentence

These sprucely dressed young fellows were Tories of the worst description, but they followed in the footsteps of their fathers.
THE FIRST CAPTUREHARRY CASTLEMON
This favored guest was a little man, very sprucely and neatly dressed, and oppressively polite in his manner.
AFTER DARKWILKIE COLLINS
They were respectable people: the cottage was neat and decently furnished, its occupants were sprucely dressed.
OBSERVATIONS OF AN ORDERLYWARD MUIR
He had attired himself most sprucely; he rode a good horse, and he gave it every chance to show its quality.
JOHN SPLENDIDNEIL MUNRO
He was going to a party at Crofton's, and had already dressed himself as sprucely as the resources of Torrentville would permit.
DOWN THE RIVEROLIVER OPTIC
He addressed himself to a rather sprucely dressed man of thirty-five whom he met at the door of the bank.
DO AND DAREHORATIO ALGER, JR.
One tall, good-looking, sprucely dressed fellow impressed me.
SIXTEEN MONTHS IN FOUR GERMAN PRISONSHENRY CHARLES MAHONEY
A stenographer on one of the docks, she was neatly, rather sprucely dressed, but her face was white and scared.
THE HARBORERNEST POOLE
He was sprucely shaved and what little hair he had was carefully trimmed.
ANNE OF AVONLEALUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
Her youngest child, "Ella," follows sprucely at her heels, like a page.
THE LIFE AND BEAUTIES OF FANNY FERNANONYMOUS

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