ably : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r with competence; in a competent capable manner
- Sincerity has also led him ably down the mine-strewn path (for a white boy from Connecticut) from pop to the blues.
- Rowling certainly isn't afraid of sex, as Order of the Phoenix--which had Harry making out with the beautiful, grieving Cho Chang--ably demonstrated.
- In any case, Scherer has ably gone over Obama's performance and what he accomplished, or tried to accomplish.
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- Mild temps bring snakes
While you might not be able to see them, they can probably see you. If you do see one, a Midwestern State University vertebrae bio logist said, you’re probably in good shape and have time to get away.
June 6, 2013 - Wichita Falls Times Record News
- Barack Obama in ABC News
With this historic vote, the Senate has affirmed that Justice Sotomayor has the intellect, the temperament, the history, the integrity and the independence of mind to ably serve on our nation's highest court,President Obama said after the vote.
- President Bush in Guardian Unlimited
President Bush said in a statement that Townsend "has ably guided the Homeland Security Council. She has played an integral role in the formation of the key strategies and policies my administration has used to combat terror and protect Americans."
- Andrew Strauss in BBC Sport
We've got a young side and can get a lot better than we are at the moment,stated Strauss, who will have to make do without all-rounder Andrew Flintoff, who has retired from Test cricket. "We're still pretty inconsistent, as we've ably...