effortlessly

[ US /ˈɛfɝtɫəsɫi/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛfətləsli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. without effort or apparent effort
    she danced gracefully and effortlessly
    swallows gliding effortlessly through the air
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How To Use effortlessly In A Sentence

  • One effortlessly got saturation coverage, the other struggled to get noticed, despite the mandatory presence of a celebrity, a suitably weighty one too.
  • As I struggled along with a horror hangover, she effortlessly breezed around the park. The Sun
  • She shifts effortlessly from folk and blues to upbeat tangos and haunting instrumentals, all interspersed with humorous tales of her life on the road.
  • They're so effortlessly natural it's as if they're not acting.
  • Effortlessly unravelling the twists and turns of medieval Italian politics, Stonor Saunders is stylish in her prose style, languid in her learning and acerbic in her judgments.
  • The impression given is of a glittering career, effortlessly achieved.
  • But physical attraction could jump that gap like an electric spark and did so effortlessly.
  • Road tires stick better in corners, roll more effortlessly and don't make that knobby buzz.
  • Susan Swan is clearly the mistress of her material, and her narrative technique copes effortlessly with moving back and forth, between the journals of the past and the events of the present.
  • But physical attraction could jump that gap like an electric spark and did so effortlessly.
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