artfully artfully  /ˈɑrtfə li/

Definition(s):

  1. (adv) in an artful manner
  2. (adv) in a disingenuous manner
  3. (adv) in an artful manner

Usage(s):

  1. It is the artfully projected world view of a casino entertainer, a glorified greeter, whose job it was to make old guys with bum tickers and second wives feel good about themselves.
  2. Capra briskly, artfully piles the misfortunes on James Stewart's slim frame; Stewart bears that load with spectacular range and grace.
  3. Not all artfully biased terms have been honored with formal labels.

News

  1. They're out of their grinds!

    Portlandia preciousness: Stumptown **** The brew: The Oregon-based coffee spot just opened its second location in Manhattan (30 W. Eighth St.), a 1,600-square-foot, artfully lit stunner featuring walnut herringbone floors and a custom-built, wood-paneled La Marzocco espresso machine to match. There’s also a stand-alone brew bar where you can...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: New York Post

  2. CD/DOWNLOAD/ALBUM: Brainkiller Pushes the Envelope on Genre-Defying Second Album Colourless Green Superheroes

    On the creative instrumental music scene today there are a plethora of fresh-sounding new bands that artfully blend jazz, classical, rock, electronica and the avant-garde.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: All About Jazz

Quotes

  1. "Michael didn't call me," Biden said. "Look, what I was attempting to be, but not very artfully, is complimentary. This is an incredible guy. This is a phenomenon."
    on Feb 1, 2007 By: Joe Biden Source: Forbes

  2. "Ornamentaion this season, in true Roman style, is restrained and restricted to bibs of colorful, engineered stones and metal bouillon treat artfully cut into collars, necklaces and ornaments of leaves and flowers worn both on and off the...
    on Sep 7, 2007 By: Vera Wang Source: Washington Post

  3. In a statement, Stewart noted that her aim has "always been to create magazines and products that teach and inspire women to live artfully, practically and well."
    on Jan 11, 2006 By: Martha Stewart Source: MSNBC

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