readily

[red-l-ee]
adverb
1.
promptly; quickly; easily: The information is readily available.
2.
in a ready manner; willingly: He readily agreed to help us.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English redily. See ready, -ly

overreadily, adverb


2. freely, graciously, ungrudgingly.
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readily (ˈrɛdɪlɪ)
 
adv
1.  promptly; eagerly; willingly
2.  without difficulty or delay; easily or quickly

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Example sentences
Well, it's cheap and readily available, and low-cost ice models could help inventors design products more quickly.
In popular science fiction, the power of invisibility is readily apparent.
The changeover will take some time, but if the financial benefit to
  municipalities is readily apparent, it will happen eventually.
But if the sound he wanted wasn't readily available through his instruments, he
  tweaked the wires himself.
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