Delacroix is one of the mighty ones of the earth, and Ingres misses being so creditably.
She was regent for the first time in May, 1506, and she acquitted herself most creditably.
All your difficulties then will vanish, your end will have been creditably and adequately attained.
Well, you have behaved most creditably—very creditably indeed.
They passed an examination in the Old Testament, as it appeared, most creditably, although the eldest were thirteen.
I only wish my daughters had come from the convent as creditably.
He cannot overcome the king of heaven, yet he acquits himself so creditably that he wins Indra's friendship.
The two Achaeans and the Ætolian did creditably, scoring five each.
During the former he mixed little in politics, and devoting himself to his juridical duties, he discharged them creditably.
All the other great religious bodies are also creditably represented.