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fluently

[ floo-uhnt-lee ]
/ ˈflu ənt li /
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adverb
smoothly, relatively rapidly, and easily, with few or no errors: Herbert Hoover moved his family to China before becoming president, and he and his wife learned to speak Mandarin Chinese fluently.I can type as fluently as Rubenstein played the piano.
with easy and graceful motion or with smooth, natural transitions: Her small yet strong body moved fluently through the woods as if part of it.Moving fluently from personal to public history, his poetry has been acclaimed for both its candor and its authority.
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OTHER WORDS FROM fluently

non·flu·ent·ly, adverbo·ver·flu·ent·ly, adverbun·flu·ent·ly, adverb
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