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
Thankfully these irritating bits of bureaucracy have been duly dispatched.
But the battle over the sheriff’s reinstatement was really about the mayor’s power to fire someone duly elected by the voters.
But Michael Blagg was not among them -- a fact duly noted in town.
Whereas the media landscape in 2000 conferred tremendous power to national newspaper and TV reporters, whom McCain duly serenaded aboard his bus, Trump in 2016 realized that the power was in his own hands, thanks to Twitter.
In 1935 and 1936, the court struck down duly enacted laws with a frequency unparalleled in its history.
Briand picked himself up to take over penalty duties from Grenier, and duly sent substitute keeper Yohann Pele the wrong way.
In the pattern of bureaucracies everywhere, information duly went up the chain of command to confirm the suspicions of political leaders, even if the agents in the field really did not believe it.
Trump duly fired Tillerson because of those disagreements.
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DULY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of duly for English Language Learners
: in the proper or expected way
: at the correct or expected time
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