The explosive material was ingeniously placed in printer ink cartridges where the ink powder normally goes.
It is ingeniously simple, and precisely from such simplicity is the power of most great Westerns drawn.
Ross has ingeniously located much of modern physics in the Bible, including the laws of thermodynamics and the Big Bang.
He ingeniously accomplished his herculean task with the help of a small staff of men who shared his commitment to the cause.
The ACA was ingeniously designed to deliver benefits to Democratic constituencies and impose costs on Republican ones.
If any further proof for that theory was needed, it would be found in this fact, most ingeniously suggested by Mr. Boyd Dawkins.
Who forged the lie could fabricate this too:— But hold, it is ingeniously done.
It was perfectly round, with the aperture so ingeniously closed that I could scarcely tell to what part of the nest it belonged.
The plan, so ingeniously contrived, pleased the fancy of the boys.
And yet, what proof have I this is not an ingeniously devised tale?
early 15c., "intellectual, talented," from Middle French ingénieux "clever, ingenious" (Old French engeignos), from Latin ingeniosus "of good capacity, full of intellect; clever, gifted with genius," from ingenium "innate qualities, ability," literally "that which is inborn," from in- "in" (see in- (2)) + gignere, from PIE *gen- "produce" (see genus). Sense of "skillful, clever at contrivance" first recorded 1540s. In a sense of "crafty, clever, skillful" Middle English had enginous (mid-14c.), from Old French engeignos. Related: Ingeniously; ingeniousness.