expertly expertly  /ˈɛk spərt li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in an expert manner

Usage(s):

  1. His first appearance in a filmhis face soft and smooth, with lips that expertly puckered or poutedhad the impact of a struck match.
  2. It's narratively clean, clear and perfectly punctuated by suspenseful and expertly staged action sequences.
  3. It's a cry of agony, but with Wilson's expertly put-upon delivery, it's also funny.

News

  1. ‘Company of Heroes 2? preview: War is cold, bitter, and deep

    After switching publisher from THQ to Sega, the 'Company of Heroes 2' returns us to the real-time strategy roots that the series so expertly began with, and it does so with a new look and feel.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Digital Trends

  2. For Berkley native Marshall Crenshaw, cool pop is where it's at

    With a tour that hits the Ark on Saturday and a series of new EPs, the Berkley native continues his tradition of expertly crafted pop-rock - and way-cool projects.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Detroit Free Press

  3. Suzannah Lipscomb's 'A Journey Through Tudor England', a lively and expert guide through bloody Tudor history

    Suzannah Lipscomb's "A Journey Through Tudor England," guides us expertly through the bloody labyrinth of Tudor history. The book is organized geographically, region by region, showing homes, churches, ruins of abbeys and castles.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Quotes

  1. "To beat Australia, the opposing captain has to be prepared to attack and use his initiative, as Michael Vaughan so expertly displayed in the recent Ashes series," Chappell said. "From what I have seen so far, this is beyond Smith. What makes...
    on Oct 8, 2005 By: Ian Chappell Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. As WGAW president John Wells said in making the announcement: "Anthony Peckham's screenplay for 'Invictus' perfectly illustrates what the Paul Selvin Award stands for, expertly conveying how only a few men can unite to impact positive change, and...
    on Feb 3, 2010 By: John Wells Source: Los Angeles Times

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