[ UK /ˈædməɹəblˌi/ ]
[ US /ˈædmɝəbɫi/ ]
[ US /ˈædmɝəbɫi/ ]
in an admirable manner
the children's responses were admirably normal
How To Use admirably In A Sentence
- The more civilised make up of canvass or "gunny bags" stuffed with hay and provided with cross bars, a rude packsaddle, which is admirably calculated to gall the animal's back. First Footsteps in East Africa
- But despite all the uncertainty and bustle it seems, admittedly to an outsider, that the older generation is coping admirably.
- The seafood linguine is laden with clams, shrimp and cubes of fish, while the risotto con funghi, infused with porcini mushrooms, walks the line between soupy and solid admirably.
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- The research and applications of luminescent materials have changed our lives importantly and admirably.
- The more civilised make up of canvass or “gunny bags” stuffed with hay and provided with cross bars, a rude packsaddle, which is admirably calculated to gall the animal’s back. First footsteps in East Africa
- It is an old-fashioned, admirably reticent film that succeeds not through daring but by avoiding the seductions of sentimentality and melodrama.
- Rajasthani palaces with their open-sided rooms and fluid spaces were admirably adapted to the hot, dry climate, and the ornamental features such as cusped arches and bangladar roofs represent a fusion of Hindu and Mughal styles.
- Admirably willing to raise his head above the parapet and defend his corner, the barrel-chested midfielder might even be said to epitomise Martin O'Neill's side.
- This was the first occasion upon which it had had a fair trial, and it was found to answer admirably; the raft proving to be not only so stiff as to be absolutely uncapsizable, but also remarkably fast considering her shape, a speed of six knots being got out of her unloaded and with a good fresh breeze blowing. The Missing Merchantman