It is flawlessly crafted, intelligently constructed, strongly acted, and spellbinding.
When Rush Limbaugh said that he wanted President Obama to fail, he was intelligently explaining his own interests.
Each health risk was presented honestly and intelligently with a confidential interval.
Harry Allen hoped Mayer would “keep speaking as intelligently as he clearly can against racism/white supremacy.”
But even then there were signs that he and his team were—in their own intelligently goofy way—chasing down stories.
They had not even studied out the pathology of his descent sufficiently well to give him a fair show, to train him intelligently.
The truth should be told: Wiseli was able and willing to work, and did so, well and intelligently.
"The Union had been already established five years," began Salemina intelligently.
In each case these questions have to be intelligently considered.
The Kaimakam was also very courteous, and talked agreeably and intelligently, both taking the initiative, as etiquette demands.
c.1500, a back-formation from intelligence or else from Latin intelligentem (nominative intelligens), present participle of intelligere, earlier intellegere (see intelligence). Intelligent design, as a name for an alternative to atheistic cosmology and the theory of evolution, is from 1999. Related: Intelligently.