Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a strong, robust, or athletic manner.
- adv. In an athletic manner.
- athletic + -ally (Wiktionary)
“But he had soon overshadowed his siblings, excelling academically and athletically.”
“The two men stepped out of the showers simultaneously and cinched towels at their athletically chiseled waists.”
“Hart had returned several days ago and was athletically engaged once more in his relationship with the wicked Castlemaine.”
“If someone were to suggest that the African-Americans are athletically more talented than Asians or whites, would they be racists?”
“Guys like Gerhart will still end up playing for Stanford, as he well should having earned that privilege athletically * and* academically.”
“John and Tina coach and both boys excelled athletically, playing baseball, football and basketball.”
“Four public schools did not provide contracts; 17 did not provide the NCAA-mandated outside income report, which covers athletically related income the coach receives from non-university sources (e.g. support organization, apparel contracts).”
“Nani crossed from the right but after Rooney had connected with it in the goalmouth, Danny Simpson was able to block the attempt athletically on the line.”
“It opens with Fokine's Le Spectre de la Rose, the 1911 ballet with which Vaslav Nijinsky legendarily reinvented the image of the male dancer, leaping on stage in a pink-petalled costume – athletically virile and exquisitely perfumed.”
“As athletically gifted as any O-lineman who ever played, McDaniel was known for his ability to dunk a basketball — while in full football uniform.”
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