from The Century Dictionary.
- In an average or medial manner; in the mean between two extremes.
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- adverb In an
- adverb With regard to an
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That works better for me than both of them being kind of averagely smart, but Lex just having more money.
She described her "ideal scenario" as one in which "Brown accepts that too much damage has been done" after doing the job of Prime Minister "averagely", before handing power to Alan Johnson.
Never mind in Greenock, even to the averagely prosperous Londoner these boys can seem alien in their privileges.
For the first time in a long time, educated Indians (and I am talking about the averagely well-educated not the brilliant scientists and engineers) are able to get good jobs at good wages.
There is no doubt that an only averagely educated citizen of antiquity would have a more nuanced eye and ear for how language behaves than his modern counterpart.
And while Privilege is billed as a fantasy, again, for me, it reads more like an averagely written period-piece.
It is averagely compelling I finished it, involves an average amount of concentration and, if such a thing makes sense, is averagely well written: excellent in its averageness!
And what kind of book would this have been if he had kept all his emotional and philosophical character but was only an averagely talented architect?
Most common is the muscle-prodigy, a player who is a prodigy simply because he seems averagely, or even above-averagely, good at a very young age.
And Rinn, apart from acting a bit weird about his past, had seemed a perfectly, maybe even more than averagely, respectable guy.