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readily

adverb read·i·ly \ˈre-də-lē\

: quickly and easily

: in a way that shows you are willing to do something : without hesitation or complaint

Full Definition of READILY

:  in a ready manner: as
a :  without hesitating :  willingly <readily accepted advice>
b :  without much difficulty :  easily <for reasons that anyone could readily understand>

Examples of READILY

  1. simple instructions that anyone can readily understand
  2. He readily agreed to help us.

First Known Use of READILY

14th century

Rhymes with READILY

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