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- adv. In a manner which provides an advantage; in an advantageous manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Profitably; with advantage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an advantageous manner; with advantage; profitably; usefully; conveniently.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a manner affording benefit or advantage
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We contend, that for tolerably good land, situated advantageously, that is, with a ready access to good markets and good fairs, such as those of Coventry, Birmingham, Gloucester, Worcester,
Again, this argumentation is handled very advantageously, which is derived from a species when you pursue all the separate parts by tracing them back to the whole, in this way "If that is _dolus malus_ when one thing is aimed at, and another pretended," we may enumerate the different modes in which that can be done, and then under some one of them we may range that which we are trying to prove has been done
Treasury can always purchase, then claim to have revised its valuation and sell "advantageously" at a loss.
Eileen and Michael SandersonBarnsley • Jackie Ashley writes Comment, 9 May that Cameron's Tories might advantageously engineer an early election.
Michele Bachmann was able to reach her high-water mark without being unduly encumbered by her gender; nor was she advantageously buoyed by it.
• In a team, there's always two points of view and that can be an asset rather than a liability if perceived advantageously.
Right through the summer, Jeremy would stand at the top of a tall wooden ladder in those boxy, airless rooms in the Leeper building, wearing, I recall, comparatively tight-fitting shorts, while I did my best to read off the shelf lists (meaning drawers densely laden with cards), performing this function from as advantageously configured a vantage point below.
The first piece of "The Drunken Father," is quite in the author's own style; though there are two or three stanzas very imperfect, which might probably be omitted advantageously.
As a Californian who has now lived almost 20 years in Germany, I can assure you that resident aliens in Germany are treated more advantageously than those in the US.
I raised my concern that the education and the technology worlds are coming together, but perhaps not as strategically or advantageously as they could.