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handily

[ han-di-lee, -dl-ee ]
/ ˈhæn dɪ li, -dl i /
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adverb

skillfully; dexterously; expertly: to manage a boat handily.
conveniently: The books were handily at his side.
easily: We won handily.
Midland U.S. rightly; readily: You can't handily blame him.

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Origin of handily

First recorded in 1605–15; handy + -ly
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British Dictionary definitions for handily

handily
/ (ˈhændɪlɪ) /

adverb

in a handy way or manner
conveniently or suitablyhandily nearby
US and Canadian easilythe horse won handily
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