admirably


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Synonyms for admirably

in an admirable manner

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The Tankadere bore sail admirably, as she drew a great deal of water, and everything was prepared for high speed in case of a gale.
"I am giving them the slip," said Eugenie; "this woman to whom we have given twenty louis may betray us for forty; we will soon alter our direction." And the young girl jumped into the britzska, which was admirably arranged for sleeping in, without scarcely touching the step.
He again behaved admirably. He publicly declared that my niece had visited him as his betrothed wife.
Admirably do forest and rock know how to be silent with thee.
To all these questions there were answers admirably stated, and answers admitting no shade of doubt, since they were not a product of human thought, always liable to error, but were all the product of official activity.
THE postmark and the handwriting on the address (admirably imitated from the original) warned Mrs.
Admirably as Captain Wragge's stratagem had worked, it might have failed -unassisted by the occurrence of the morning -- to achieve this result.
In this way the journey, which was performed by short stages, was most agreeable, and Buckingham, almost a Frenchman from wit and education, was delighted at having so admirably selected his traveling companion.
We shall be admirably placed upon that little theatre.
Wendover, all is admirably done, the landscape naturally counting for a good deal in the development of the profoundly meditative, country-loving souls of Mrs.
As against the purely negative action of the scientific spirit, the high-pitched Grey, the theistic Elsmere, the "ritualistic priest," the quaint Methodist Fleming, both so admirably sketched, present [69] perhaps no unconquerable differences.
But it turned out that she had managed the business well; in fact, admirably. She said that when she told those people I was The Boss, it hit them where they lived: "smote them sore with fear and dread" was her word; and then they were ready to put up with anything she might require.
The breeze served us admirably. We skimmed before it like a bird, the coast of the island flashing by and the view changing every minute.
Of all this silly set the one that shows the least and also the most sense is my rival Anselmo, for having so many other things to complain of, he only complains of separation, and to the accompaniment of a rebeck, which he plays admirably, he sings his complaints in verses that show his ingenuity.
A few farmers settled among them might lead them, Captain Bonneville thinks, to till the earth and cultivate grain; the country of the Skynses and Nez Perces is admirably adapted for the raising of cattle.