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  • adverb In an adaptable manner.

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Examples

  • To the general surprise, Beldora settled down very adaptably to the new life, being capable enough about the industries, and passably so about books.

    Hard-Hearted Barbary Allen. A Kentucky Mountain Sketch.

  • Mrs. Kame had adaptably chosen the attitude, after a glance around her, that Honora preferred Highlawns to the world: a choice of which she let it be known that she approved, while deploring that a frivolous character put such a life out of the question for herself.

    A Modern Chronicle — Complete

  • Mrs. Kame had adaptably chosen the attitude, after a glance around her, that Honora preferred Highlawns to the world: a choice of which she let it be known that she approved, while deploring that a frivolous character put such a life out of the question for herself.

    Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Winston Churchill

  • Mrs. Kame had adaptably chosen the attitude, after a glance around her, that Honora preferred Highlawns to the world: a choice of which she let it be known that she approved, while deploring that a frivolous character put such a life out of the question for herself.

    A Modern Chronicle — Volume 08

  • The long, flexible ribbon of steel began to sing, bending so adaptably to the hands and motions of the men manipulating, that it did not seem possible so mobile an instrument could cut the rough pine.

    The Blazed Trail

  • "I am very rapidly concluding that you are Mr. Madeira, and that you know that I am Steering," smiled the visitor, sinking into a chair adaptably, though he realised that, for two men who had never seen each other before, the meeting had been unusual.

    Sally of Missouri

  • The long, flexible ribbon of steel began to sing, bending so adaptably to the hands and motions of the men manipulating, that it did not seem possible so mobile an instrument could cut the rough pine.

    The Blazed Trail

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