intelligently intelligently  /ɪn ˈtɛ lɪ dʒənt li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in an intelligent manner

Usage(s):

  1. Risk experts understand how we could overcome our blind spots and more intelligently hedge our bets.
  2. Risk experts understand how we could overcome our blind spots and more intelligently hedge our bets.
  3. Even the young customers are there not just to drink, but to converse intelligently.

News

  1. Ripple Effect: Just the (water issue) facts, ma’am

    SAFFORD — Conspiracy theories are so much more fun than facts, but it is only facts that will allow us to get to the heart of the water issues in the Gila Valley so we can intelligently conserve.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Eastern Arizona Courier

  2. Creative Sound Blaster EVO Zx and ZxR headsets integrate SB-Axx1 processor for audio intelligence

    It’s not every day a company comes around claiming they’ve got a pair of headphones that “intelligently” enhance the audio blasting through your eardrums in real time. That’s what the team at Creative Technology Ltd have come forth with today, suggesting their two headset contributions to the fold this month, Sound Blaster EVO ZxR and Read The Full Story
    on June 13, 2013     Source: SlashGear

  3. Marketo Releases Customer Engagement Engine

    The platform intelligently delivers the right content at the right time.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: CRM Magazine

Quotes

  1. "Nothing concentrates the mind like a death sentence," Sen. Christopher Dodd said Thursday at the end of a daylong Senate Banking Committee hearing. "And we're looking at a death sentence here if we don't respond intelligently and prudently."
    on Dec 4, 2008 By: Chris Dodd Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. Obama, 47, said yesterday, "I think that we have to make sure that we recognize that how we respond intelligently, systematically, based on science and what public health officials have to say, will determine in large part what happens."
    on Apr 30, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: Bloomberg

  3. Smith said he is "tired of paying the price of 10 or more of our troops dying a day. So let's cut and run or cut and walk, but let us fight the war on terror more intelligently than we have because we have fought this war in a very lamentable way."
    on Dec 8, 2006 By: Gordon Smith Source: Forbes

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