advantageously advantageously


  • (adv) in a manner affording benefit or advantage


  1. The lowered rate will have one effect of helping the farmers of the Tenth District harvest and ship the season's crops advantageously.
  2. Its duties: 1) To collect 25,000 Russian Jews and distribute them advantageously about the new Republic as the nucleus of a future Zion.
  3. The Wagnerian company production of the opera last season rode advantageously on the happy welcome which greeted the first performance of the work in New York for a long time.


  • Why The Center Of Innovation Is For Suckers

    Great, we're experiencing another paradigm shift. If you want to survive it, history says you should stay to the side. When times are a-changing , Jeff Elder writes for Medium , you don't want to be at the center of the ch-ch-changes . Instead, you want to be advantageously adjacent. How so? Elder, who's the social lead for the San Francisco Gate , references a class on innovation he took with ...
    on July 16, 2013     Source: Fast Company Magazine


  • "The process of deciding advantageously," concludes Damasio, "is not just logical but also emotional."
    on Aug 23, 2007 By: Antonio Damasio Source:

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