cleverly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a clever manner
they were cleverly arranged
- Eric Cantor in Washington Post
In the weekly Republican radio address he delivered for his party last week, Cantor called the Recovery Act a "bill full of pork barrel spending, government waste and massive borrowing cleverly called 'stimulus.' Obama's economic decisions have not...
- Joe Calzaghe in EastsideBoxing.com
Winning a world title is one thing, but holding onto it is 100 times harder,Calzaghe said. "Vince (Cleverly) has helped him with his power and he'll know that he can get better and better. Nathan's only 23 and Vince can help to guide him....
- Joachim Loew in Daily News & Analysis
They combine and circulate the ball so cleverly with Xabi Alonso, Iniesta, Xavi and Pedro. We didn't concede many chances to them, and it was a surprise that we conceded from a set-play, but Spain deserved it. They were better than us,he said.