- skillful + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Rose once again skillfully blends past and present with a new set of absorbing characters in a fascinating historical locale for this gripping second in a series.”
“Goldstein skillfully demonstrated his talent for locating humour in the gap between the familiar and the alien.”
“Stott again skillfully combines an intriguing love story, complex scientific concepts, and a beautifully realized historical setting … Riveting on all fronts, from its suspenseful plot to its elegant presentation of evolutionary theory.”
“Brownstein skillfully and convincingly recounts the process by which the conservative movement gained control of the Republican Party and its Congressional delegation.”
“Folks with ancient roots in such torpid if beautiful places as Savannah and Mobile know that insanity practiced skillfully is a local art form to be treasured, not despised.”
“Laskin skillfully weaves together a clear report and explanation of the meteorological event (the word "blizzard," by the way, originated on the Plains) with harrowing accounts of slow death, loss, and survival — which contain the usual mixture of heroism and cowardice, altruism and selfishness, fecklessness and pluck.”
“Rankin skillfully juggles all the plot lines, tying them together in a logical and satisfying conclusion.”
“Here in Canada you profited long and skillfully from the fact that London had learned that lesson.”
“I had seen it in the 1968 presidential campaign, when George Wallace exploited latent racism so skillfully to damage Humphrey.”
“By declaring publicly that he would send only humanitarian aid to the troops and no reinforcements or weapons and ammunition, he skillfully shifted the onus to President Davis.”
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