idiomatically, "the bores, the spoil-sports, or wet-blankets."
If he looked ahead he would see what we idiomatically know as his "finish."
Colin answered him more quickly and idiomatically than Sir Henry had expected.
Picard, the one-legged soldier, idiomatically expressed the thought of the Salle.
"Me either," said Mrs. Treacher, idiomatically, and bent over the basket.
It is so idiomatically conceived for orchestra that only the barest idea can be gained from a pianoforte transcription.
He laughed with pleasure and surprise at finding that he could still speak his native tongue quite fluently and idiomatically. '
The Guicowar speaks English well, not only correctly and fluently, but idiomatically.
I had no idea how to render this idiomatically, but I knew that a room 20 ft. square contained 400 square feet.