successfully

[ suh k-ses-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF successfully
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They also appear to have successfully applied it to the cure of diseases.

At any rate, he imposed most successfully upon the mother of Allis.

The company had been successfully managed, and its credit was then deservedly high.

Over and over again Tony had intervened and successfully prevented a storm.

I tried it successfully at greater and greater distances, even at two metres.

Economics are stubborn things and cannot be successfully dealt with emotionally.

In other words, Nature is anxious that they may successfully mate.

I have not come so far and so successfully to be beaten now.

Cheered by hope, they successfully beat back their assailants.

"But you've fought it well, and successfully," Davis said the other, with confidence.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from success + -ful. Originally any kind of success; since late 19c. it has tended to mean "wealthy" unless otherwise indicated. Related: Successfully.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SUCCESSFULLY

favorably

adverbopportunely, advantageously
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