All Adverb
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  • Any of these can be used to transition fluidly from long to short range and back.
  • The words on each line allow the poem to flow fluidly into the next.
  • To drive the car "practice is required to drive it fluidly."
  • That led him to experiment fluidly with sounds and discover through the years his own musical abilities.
  • This allows foreign nationals overseas to move fluidly form one country to the next without periods of no cover.
  • I noted with interest how accurately this motion kept pace with our own speed, and how fluidly the walls seemed to run together. Cited from The Metal Monster, by A. Merritt
  • The composer can also choose to treat the text fluidly, in a manner more like music than narrative.
  • Furthermore Aiko has been noted for moving "fluidly" between each song on her set list.
  • Studios seek content that can move fluidly across media channels.
  • These poles are often plastic so they move more fluidly.
  • This allows a player to fluidly move his weapon in any direction instead of being limited to the eight points of a keypad.
  • When one is able to reason fluidly, they are in turn more likely to be cognitively flexible.
  • Each 'room' had a specifically unique theme yet maintained certain qualities that fluidly connected the spaces together.
  • In order to play fluidly in double time it is necessary to develop practice strategies to fill out eighth note patterns.
  • While the intersection is more heavily used than ever, traffic moves through much more safely and fluidly with this new alignment.
  • The Animaniacs characters often move fluidly, and do not regularly stand still and speak, as in other television cartoons.
  • The game is noteworthy for having more Mobile Suits than in the movie, which also move more fluidly.
  • The name Naomi, on the other hand, is fluidly translated between English and Japanese.
  • When the puck is turned over by the defensive team, the defence must be able to exit the zone fluidly.
  • The story is told in a mix of past and present and the narration switches fluidly back and forth between the two.
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