from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In an agreeable manner; in a manner to give pleasure; pleasingly.
- adv. In accordance; suitably; consistently; conformably.
- adv. Alike; similarly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an agreeably manner; in a manner to give pleasure; pleasingly.
- adv. In accordance; suitably; consistently; conformably; -- followed by to and rarely by with. See Agreeable, 4.
- adv. Alike; similarly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an agreeable manner.
- Pleasingly; in an agreeable manner; in a manner to give pleasure: as, to be agreeably entertained with a discourse.
- Alike; in the same or a similar manner; similarly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an enjoyable manner
On subsequent visits, none of this changes - the visitor in agreeably surprised to discover that the bougainvillia still hugs the walls, that the town is at least as clean as the time before, a pleasant sensation in a country where litter and garbage seem to have invaded anywhere and everywhere.
Indeed, they were clever at imitating any age, not only in its natural bodily appearance, but also in its stature; and so the old man, in order to exhibit his calling agreeably, used to ride proudly up and down among the briskest of them.
Wherefore, as Origen had carefully compared the Greek version of the Septuagint with the Hebrew text; and as he puzzled and confounded the learned Jews, by urging upon them the reading "to death" in this place; it seems almost impossible not to conclude, both from Origen's argument and the silence of his Jewish adversaries, that the Hebrew text at that time actually had the word agreeably to the version of the seventy.
Each species ia concisely described in Latin, agreeably to the Linnean method, and accom* panied by some observations in lilingHsh relative to colour, degree of raiity, &c.
The ascent of the steep, rock-hewn steps of the ramble rested his nerves as much as it taxed his wind, and as he came stramming down the mall, his mind was sufficiently detached from its own hopes and fears to be able to realize that the overhanging elms recalled agreeably the long walk at
He was struggling for every farthing of his share (and he could not help it, for he had only to relax his efforts, and he would not have had the money to pay his laborers wages), while they were only struggling to be able to do their work easily and agreeably, that is to say, as they were used to doing it.
He was struggling for every farthing of his share (and he could not help it, for he had only to relax his efforts, and he would not have had the money to pay his laborers 'wages), while they were only struggling to be able to do their work easily and agreeably, that is to say, as they were used to doing it.
The Great Nation, as it cheerfully calls itself, is in nothing greater than its talent for saying little things agreeably, which is perhaps the very top of mere culture, and in literature is the next best thing to the power of saying great things as easily as if they were little German learning, like the elephants of
I have rendered this phrase agreeably to the notion of Krüger, who thinks εὐεπίθετον used absolutely, or as a substantive.
The roll was called agreeably to a standing rule, to ascertain whether any members had left the Assembly without leave, and it appeared that Mr. Ro - bert Porter, of New Castle Presbytery, was absent without leave.