Definition of adeptly in English:

adeptly

adverb

  • See adept

    • ‘The teacher guides but doesn't boss, adeptly drawing answers out of the class, encouraging them to play, praise and read to their infants, gently urging affection, attention and firmness.’
    • ‘By adeptly combining action and ideas, it proves that Hollywood can still produce astonishing entertainment.’
    • ‘I've never been convinced by such arguments, although in this case it was put very adeptly.’
    • ‘And even when he is making rather cheap political points, he often does so adeptly.’
    • ‘It's light and simple, adeptly done and incredibly filling.’

Pronunciation:

adeptly

/əˈdɛptli/