In Pompilard, a capitally drawn figure, many New-Yorkers will recognize an original, faithfully limned.
This will do capitally; it would spoil it to make it any longer.
Bulstrode did well enough; capitally well, for an amateur, and must be a first-rate fellow.
“If we had but some bread and some tea, with a pot to boil it in, we should do capitally,” he observed.
That was capitally executed; now, for a couple of hours' start, and the devil himself shall not overtake us.
These were capitally arranged in the cabin, and looked very nice.
The markets are capitally supplied, and the prices are generally about one-third of those of New York.
I said it would do capitally, and she hurried downstairs to prepare my supper.
We are a little mortary and limey at present, but we are getting on capitally.
"Thank you, very much; we shall do capitally," the boys said.