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Origin of cursory
OTHER WORDS FROM cursorycur·so·ri·ly, adverbcur·so·ri·ness, noun
Example sentences from the Web for cursory
A cursory search will indicate that the Big Ten is home to at least a handful of the most intimidating environments in the sport.Home Teams Aren’t Winning As Much In College Football This Season. The Big Ten Should Fit Right In.|Josh Planos|October 21, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
As even a cursory glance at unemployment figures and business closures around the country will show, 2020 has to be the worst year in the history of modern restaurants.What it’s like to open a new restaurant during a pandemic|Rachel King|October 7, 2020|Fortune
A cursory analysis of recent history can clearly tell us that no such societal transformation will occur simply because professionals and intellectuals say it should.With quality content, publishers can overcome the ‘tyranny of choice’|Duration Media|October 1, 2020|Digiday
I can therefore touch only cursorily, as on so many other things, upon my theory of the legal basis of a State.The Jewish State|Theodor Herzl
The peculiar influence of heights has been noted at an earlier stage, though but cursorily.Nature Mysticism|J. Edward Mercer
This is such a large field that it can be only cursorily covered within the limits of a short article.The Building of a Book|Various
I cannot do more than cursorily mention the abundant life which teems amid the Broads.The Handbook to the Rivers and Broads of Norfolk & Suffolk|G. Christopher Davies
Such definitions of the art as may be needed must be given in loco , cursorily and dogmatically.