industriously industriously


  • (adv) in an industrious manner


  1. For the past several months, bombings have rattled the image of an India industriously humming toward prosperity.
  2. There he encountered anthropologists of the University of Illinois industriously recovering pottery and other Indian relics from funeral mounds.
  3. Citizens of a Missouri town called Braggadocio hammered and sawed industriously in their town square.


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    The summer intern seemed bright and capable. A graduate student who had responded to a Craigslist ad seeking help at a New York City documentary production office, he showed up every day for two weeks and worked industriously.
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  1. "Ben's had some experience at Super 14 level and he's certainly plied his trade industriously at club level, during the ARC and APC (Australian Provincial Championship) and overseas," Brumbies coach Laurie Fisher said. "He's a mature player...
    on May 27, 2008 By: Laurie Fisher Source: Rugby Heaven

  2. "Sarwate sent one streaky shot through slips but no catch went to hand," John Arlott wrote. "The two men batted capably and correctly, defending well against Bedser who bowled industriously, and scoring, chiefly in front of the wicket, by...
    on Aug 3, 2007 By: John Arlott Source:

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