Examples from the Web for desirably
This streamlining of undergarments helped the lady of fashion to maintain a desirably svelte figure.Women's Bathing and Swimming Costume in the United States|Claudia B. Kidwell
Family affections stand out so desirably and vivid, like meadows green after rain.Carry On|Coningsby Dawson
What have they desirably in common with the disciplined Hausfrau who becomes the mother of the ruling future generations?Villa Elsa|Stuart Henry
And the favor with which he was received seemed to facilitate matters as desirably as could be wished for.The Humors of Falconbridge|Jonathan F. Kelley
British Dictionary definitions for desirably
Word Origin and History for desirably
late 14c., from Old French desirable (12c.), from dasirer (see desire (v.)). Related: Desirably; desirability.