adverb. ['ˈædmɝəbli'] in an admirable manner.
- -ly (English)
- -lice (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
- admirable (English)
- admirable (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
Words that Rhyme with Admirably
Example sentences of the word admirably
If you want a running partner or gun dog, the German shorthaired pointer represents the pointer group admirably.
Quotes containing the word admirably
1. Eating and reading are two pleasures that combine admirably.
- C.S. Lewis
2. Anya looked upon Nin admirably. Having him as a partner-in-crime—if only on this one occasion, which she hoped would only be the start of something more—was more revitalizing than the cheap thrills of a cookie-cutter shallow, superficial romance, where the top priority was how beautiful a person was on the outside.
- Jess C. Scott, The Other Side of Life
3. One of the poets, whose name I cannot recall, has a passage, which I am unable at the moment to remember, in one of his works, which for the time being has slipped my mind, which hits off admirably this age-old situation.
- P.G. Wodehouse