What is another word for admirably?

Pronunciation: [ˈadməɹəblˌi] (IPA)

Admirably is an adverb that signifies something being done in a commendable or praiseworthy manner. It is commonly used to convey admiration or respect for someone's actions. Some synonymous words for admirably include excellently, splendidly, magnificently, superbly, and impressively. Other words that convey similar meanings include beautifully, flawlessly, skillfully, expertly, and masterfully. The use of these words can help to convey the degree of respect or appreciation one feels towards a particular action or individual. Overall, admirably is a versatile word that can be enhanced by incorporating a variety of synonyms to add depth and emotion to one's language.

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What are the opposite words for admirably?

The word "admirably" is often used to describe something that is done well or in a commendable manner. Its antonyms, on the other hand, describe actions that are less than satisfactory or ineffective. Some common antonyms for "admirably" are poorly, badly, inadequately, insufficiently, unsatisfactorily, and unsuccessfully. In contrast to "admirably," which connotes excellence and success, these antonyms suggest that something has fallen short of expectations or that someone has failed to meet a desired standard. Whether we are describing a person's performance or the quality of a product, the right choice of antonym can convey a very different message.

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Usage examples for Admirably

She had-they both had-a serene air of being admirably content to do nothing during prolonged periods.
"The Furnace"
Rose Macaulay
Merl suited Martin admirably.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever
It was young Nelligan who fought the battle, and admirably he did it.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever

Famous quotes with Admirably

  • Mixing one's wines may be a mistake, but old and new wisdom mix admirably.
    Bertolt Brecht
  • The brave and capable women who served in Iraq and Afghanistan have performed admirably.
    Susan Davis
  • Our world is not an optimal place, fine tuned by omnipotent forces of selection. It is a quirky mass of imperfections, working well enough (often admirably); a jury-rigged set of adaptations built of curious parts made available by past histories in different contexts. […] A world optimally adapted to current environments is a world without history, and a world without history might have been created as we find it. History matters; it confounds perfection and proves that current life transformed its own past.
    Stephen Jay Gould
  • For myself as, no doubt, for most of my contemporaries, the philosophy of meaninglessness was essentially an instrument of liberation. The liberation we desired was simultaneously liberation from a certain political and economic system and liberation from a certain system of morality. We objected to the morality because it interfered with our sexual freedom; we objected to the political and economic system because it was unjust. The supporters of these systems claimed that in some way they embodied the meaning (a Christian meaning, they insisted) of the world. There was an admirably simple method of confuting these people and at the same time justifying ourselves in our political and erotic revolt: we could deny that the world had any meaning whatsoever. Similar tactics had been adopted during the eighteenth century and for the same reasons… The men of the new Enlightenment, which occurred in the middle years of the nineteenth century, once again used meaninglessness as a weapon against the reactionaries. The Victorian passion for respectability was, however, so great that, during the period when they were formulated, neither Positivism nor Darwinism was used as a justification for sexual indulgence.
    Aldous Huxley
  • The mathematician may be compared to a designer of garments, who is utterly oblivious of the creatures whom his garments may fit. ...The conic sections, invented in an attempt to solve the problem of doubling the alter of an oracle, ended by becoming the orbits followed by the planets... The imaginary magnitudes invented by Cardan and Bombelli describe... the characteristic features of alternating currents. The absolute differential calculus, which originated as a fantasy of Reimann, became the mathematical model for the theory of Relativity. And the matrices which were a complete abstraction in the days of Cayley and Sylvester appear admirably adapted to the... quantum of the atom.
    Tobias Dantzig

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