All Adverb
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  • He can use them almost as handily as you can your hands. Cited from TCB On The Flying Rings, by Edg. Darlington
  • In the general election, she faced no major opposition and won re-election handily.
  • She would remain in power until the next election cycle which she won handily.
  • Both played on grass, he lost rather handily in the first round of each event.
  • He went on to win the election handily, and took office the following January.
  • He was elected handily, and was re-elected in each of the next three elections.
  • Now and then you will find one of them coming happily as well as handily into your speech. Cited from The Century Vocabulary Builder, by Greever & Bachelor
  • Under normal circumstances he would have won re-election handily.
  • And I have grown to use my left hand very handily. Cited from A Soldier of Virginia, by Burton Egbert Stevenson
  • Rush being placed handily by, where he could come to the rescue in case of need. Cited from Mary Wollaston, by Henry Kitchell Webster
  • Allen went on to win the general election handily and served six terms in Congress.
  • He described his brother as the person who fulfilled his duties handily.
  • He was defeated handily, finishing second in a four-person race.
  • Boll won the race handily and was subsequently re-elected to the post three times.
  • Burns handily won the special election for the seat a month later.
  • We really thought we'd win and win handily.
  • She won the primary handily over her two opponents by a huge margin.
  • A large box is handily made of what is necessary to replace any substance. Cited from Tender Buttons, by Gertrude Stein
  • Three wins and a second place meant he handily won the event's points classification as well.
  • Again he too was run out, but the other Australian batsmen scored handily.
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Meaning of handily

  • adverb In a convenient manner
    the switch was conveniently located
  • adverb With no difficulty
    she beat him handily