Origin of intelligent
Examples from the Web for intelligently
But even then there were signs that he and his team were—in their own intelligently goofy way—chasing down stories.‘Last Week Tonight’ Does Real Journalism, No Matter What John Oliver Says|Asawin Suebsaeng|September 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Each health risk was presented honestly and intelligently with a confidential interval.23andMe and Me: Why Policymakers Should Set the Genetic Testing Company Free|Charles C. Johnson|February 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It is flawlessly crafted, intelligently constructed, strongly acted, and spellbinding.
When Rush Limbaugh said that he wanted President Obama to fail, he was intelligently explaining his own interests.
Harry Allen hoped Mayer would “keep speaking as intelligently as he clearly can against racism/white supremacy.”
Nevertheless the state department is widely and intelligently active.A Fantasy of Far Japan|Baron Kencho Suyematsu
This window and that dwelling stamp him as one of the most intelligently appreciative patrons of the arts which his time produced.Stained Glass Tours in France|Charles Hitchcock Sherrill
It must be dealt with in that way if we are to deal with it intelligently.The Inhumanity of Socialism|Edward F. Adams
He will see it all beneath him and around him in its varying ages, and he will be able to proceed methodically and intelligently.A Wanderer in Paris|E. V. Lucas
It was Hooker's plan, most intelligently conceived and thorough in its details.Eighty-fourth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers (Infantry.)|Thomas Edward Merchant
British Dictionary definitions for intelligently
Word Origin and History for intelligently
c.1500, a back-formation from intelligence or else from Latin intelligentem (nominative intelligens), present participle of intelligere, earlier intellegere (see intelligence). Intelligent design, as a name for an alternative to atheistic cosmology and the theory of evolution, is from 1999. Related: Intelligently.