handily

[han-di-lee, -dl-ee]
adverb
1.
skillfully; dexterously; expertly: to manage a boat handily.
2.
conveniently: The books were handily at his side.
3.
easily: We won handily.
4.
Midland U.S. rightly; readily: You can't handily blame him.

Origin:
1605–15; handy + -ly

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handily (ˈhændɪlɪ)
 
adv
1.  in a handy way or manner
2.  conveniently or suitably: handily nearby
3.  (US), (Canadian) easily: the horse won handily

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Example sentences
When she went to bed she piled, where she could get at them handily, all the shoes there were about her house.
Emigrant wagons were constructed in such manner to permit them to ford streams handily without damaging their contents.
Governance issues may therefore not always lend themselves so handily to such harmonization.
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