Examples of ideally in a Sentence
His skills made him ideally suited for the job.
They were ideally suited to one another.
The ski slope was situated ideally.
Recent Examples of ideally from the Web
Historically, of course, legendary investors such as Warren Buffett have advised against buying assets when their price is high, arguing that the best way to make money is to buy low, and, ideally, sell high.
The Fed is supposed to stand above politics; ideally the appointment should have bipartisan support.
The maps ideally would also take into account communities of interest; have the areas be compact and contiguous; have visible boundaries both natural and man-made; respect the voters’ wishes and continuity in office; and allow for future growth.
According to a source, the Marlins ideally prefer not to trade Christian Yelich (on a team-friendly seven year, $49 million deal) or Marcell Ozuna (projected to make $10.9 million in arbitration and a free agent after 2019).
Mnuchin said Thursday that the tax cuts would ideally be retroactive to 2017, a decision that would further complicate the new commissioner’s work.
Budzyn added that annuities are actually ideally suited for people in their 60s and 70s.
Those antibodies ideally prevent HA from attaching to cellular receptors, thwarting infection.
Gordon could make plays and had seven assists, but is still ideally suited to play off the ball.
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First Known Use of ideally
Synonymsfaultlessly, flawlessly, perfectly, immaculately, impeccably, pat
Antonymsamiss, badly, defectively, faultily, imperfectly
Related Wordsexcellently, fabulously, finely, grandly, greatly, marvelously, superbly, superiorly, superlatively, terrifically; exceptionally, fancily, specially
Near Antonymsdeficiently, inadequately, incompletely, insufficiently; fallibly; atrociously, execrably, wretchedly
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