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.
That overview having been duly noted, the patterns on a state-by-state basis are fascinating.
Furthermore, when Trump privately lobbied Comey to clear his name, Comey duly referred the president to DOJ.
Fine detail was duly observed, but so, too, were the structural signposts.
This week Mr McConnell duly corralled support among his fellow Republican senators for a budget bill designed to facilitate a tax cut that, if passed, might add over $2trn to America’s $20trn national debt.
The goal sparked a reaction from the visitors and Divock Origi duly equalized before the break.
In April, a state of emergency covering the entire country was declared; it was duly approved by parliament.
Politicians duly parroted what the scientists told them.
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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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