from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. With careful consideration; deliberately.
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- adv. With intentionality; deliberately.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Circumspectly; deliberately; leisurely.
- adv. With deliberate purpose; purposely; by design.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With advice or deliberation; heedfully; purposely; by design: as, I speak advisedly; an enterprise advisedly undertaken.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with intention; in an intentional manner
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Which is to say, the torch relay was conceived for the 1936 Games, and enthusiastically adopted by the PR Nazis for once I use the term advisedly of the Third Reich.
But in this egalitarian—and I use the term advisedly—day and age, nobility tends to play down its pedigree, the major exception being British lords who weren't born to greatness but were knighted after they made a killing in convenience stores or sandwich shops, or Eastern Europeans hawking products such as high-end cold creams.
To be frank, the finished toaster—and I use the term advisedly—isn't the most attractive device.
By that logic and I use the term advisedly, being straight is also a choice.
The amazing thing is that there are 70 odd I use the term advisedly Scots who are still stupid enough to think that Labour are anything other than totally corrupt.
Here at NWU, we are required to give our freshmen and I use the term advisedly students some sort of grade report during about the 8th week of the semester.
And I use the term advisedly, because all of them assured us that the Pioneers we featured we charming, elegant and above all - true ladies.
Use the term advisedly, as some find it an offensive allusion to the disabled.
Then the band-he used the term advisedly'moseyed out on stage.
The present proprietor had been married -- I use the term advisedly -- to Lady Mary Ditchin, a daughter of the Earl of Turfington, a family whose hereditary devotion to sport in all its branches had somewhat impoverished their estates.