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- adv. In an expert manner; with great skill.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a skillful or dexterous manner; adroitly; with readiness and accuracy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By actual experiment.
- In an expert or skilful or dexterous manner; adroitly; with readiness and accuracy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an expert manner
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The former Vice President -- or as he said, "he used to be the next President of the United States" -- again expertly connected the dots between the climate crisis, sustainable capitalism and opportunity for global environmental and economic improvement.
But you can choose any one of dozens of flavors and add-ins, and an enthusiastic (generally teenage) employee will mix it in expertly for you.
Yashin expertly snapped the puck ahead to Bates who one-timed it high past Joseph at 5: 49.
Based on Robert Harris’ 2007 novel “The Ghost,” Polanski’s film is a modern lesson in expertly controlled tension.
Later, Vince said that when the fish felt the hook and jumped, the look of surprise on my face was profound, but I played and landed it expertly, which is to say, I didn’t totally panic or fall in the river.
She also handles expression expertly, even quiet moments of reflection.
I'd come in the company of my friends Annie and Kevin, who are friends of Julia's through her husband Michael, and who had spent the previous day taking both Jill and Julia through the Art Institute -- which Annie, as an art archivist, knows as expertly as most of us know Wrigleyville side streets on game day.
She could wield a sword expertly and was an accurate shot with a firearm.
We are getting people who are I think doing a wonderful job of planning for the near term by adjusting their mix and their assortment very expertly, which is all key to this thing.
That makes a lot of sense, but the final product mostly sounds like the kind of expertly crafted, intelligent indie pop that ought to be the norm rather than the exception.
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