Examples of duly in a Sentence
They were duly impressed by her speech.
The objections were duly noted.
The singer duly appeared back on stage for an encore.
Recent Examples of duly from the Web
The Senate duly approved Mr Rajoy’s request, backed by the opposition Socialists, to apply Article 155 of the constitution in Catalonia.
Furthermore, when Trump privately lobbied Comey to clear his name, Comey duly referred the president to DOJ.
That overview having been duly noted, the patterns on a state-by-state basis are fascinating.
Dallas lost, so the man duly put a match to his jersey.
Wagner duly converted it and the Germany striker made sure of the result with 10 minutes remaining.
It was duly opened, decanted and greatly improved our meal.
Their senior duly celebrated, Von Steuben coasts through the second half and wins easily, 29-6, finishing the season 6-3.
The local media duly covered Trump’s provocation, but also included the follow-up statements from McMaster and Mattis—with a wink and a nudge that the former generals, and not Trump, were really in charge of the U.S. policy.
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First Known Use of duly
Synonymsappositely, appropriately, congruously, correctly, properly, fittingly, happily, meetly, right, rightly, suitably
Antonymsimproperly, inappropriately, incongruously, incorrectly, unseemly, unsuitably, wrongly
Related Wordswell; acceptably, adequately, passably, satisfactorily, tolerably; decently, decorously
Near Antonymsunacceptably, unsatisfactorily; inopportunely, unfortunately, unseasonably; inappositely, inaptly, irrelevantly; awkwardly, ungracefully
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