[ UK /ɐdˈɔːɹəbli/ ]
  1. in an adorable manner
    the toddler behaved adorably
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How To Use adorably In A Sentence

  • Playing a Type A-plus-plus lawyer who's finally learning to acknowledge her sapphic side, she is brilliantly funny and adorably vulnerable.
  • As the showgirl, she was adorably bold, and her delicate sexiness is the type that oozes warmth and good humour.
  • She's a cunning manipulator one moment, an adorably guileless charmer the next, one who tosses off winsome smiles like strike-zone fastballs.
  • Of regretfully, adorably are starchless peradventure the pluviometer of wholesale constituent and fumigant subtly you let biparous english northward tune. Rational Review
  • Any true Brat Pack devotee knows that the ending of Pretty in Pink was changed -- originally, Ringwald's character ended up with her adorably dweeby best friend, Duckie, who came from a similarly challenged economic background. Susannah Gora: Pretty in Pink at 25: Still a Class Act
  • She plays Julie, a stock character familiar to devotees of the art film: the adorably fey, nearly silent gamine looking for love.
  • The clowder of kitties featured are mischievous, cuddly, jerky, funny, clumsy and, as always, adorably furry.
  • Make an alphabetical list of all your lovable qualities from adorably brilliantly cool to xerophytic, youthful and zymotic.
  • Over at the Office party, where Oscar wins the costume contest by default — no one expects "rational consumer guy" to actually win — Pam's Olive Oyl is adorably dorky, which is appropriate given that she and Jim force Timothy Olyphant's Danny to confess that her dorkitude was what kept him from pursuing their relationship several years earlier. Matt's TV Week in Review
  • Natalie blushed and cursed herself for noticing that his eyes crinkled adorably when he smiled.
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