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Synonyms for crisply

in a well delineated manner


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"They know," interrupted the little man crisply, leaning against the straight chair back, which rose higher than his fragile head.
Appearing at the hearing for the first time, crisply suited Yu, also a VIP services officer at one of Lam's casinos, matter-of-factly narrated how he had arranged for the payment of P50 million to then immigration officers Al Argosino and Michael Robles, through Wenceslao 'Wally' Sombero.
A retro genre piece crisply adapted by David Hare, "The Red Barn" at London's National Theater watches closely as a man trapped in a loveless marriage becomes unhinged.
This congenial and crisply drawn portrait of bayou life is a satisfying story that pays homage to a bewitching landscape.
And I recalled my own crimson cheeks when our cleaner crisply remarked she could feed her family for a week on a bottle of port I had just purchased.
The Newcastle players could only watch as Barkley burst from inside his own half deep into the Magpies box before finishing crisply past Tim Krul.
As Aunt Polly crisply describes her: "Lizzie Stark never did a day's work vertical."
Even on a flat-out rock song such as "Paid in Full" or "Don't Say a Word," everything seems to fit together crisply, and Tony Kakko's vocals, particularly, are clear and intelligible.
As for Rylan, one can only hope he shines brightly and burns out very, very crisply.
There are two particular looks that Vadra is usually spotted in -- crisply tailored formal wear or gym gear.
Gervinho equalised for Arsenal three minutes before the break when he turned crisply and fired into the roof of the net for his fourth goal of the season.
The little deviants themselves are cute and crisply presented throughout the challenges, but the time required to win gold medals in each one of 30 may prove too much even for the most addicted gamer.
A crisply struck six-iron heading a little left of centre lands just off the green takes a kind bounce towards the hole, trundles on, slows, raps the pin and disappears.
Damien Duff grabbed the second shortly after the interval when he took a pass by Philippe Senderos and finished crisply.
Openboth hard-court tournaments, in contrast to the All England Club's famous, crisply cut lawns).