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
But perhaps the most dramatic presentations of prime rib take place in restaurants, where, ideally, the roast should be cooked bones and all to save juices and to impart the tantalizing fragrance of the bones themselves.
On your way to such an abode, tickets on the Bald Mountain gondola are a must–at peak eclipse time, ideally.
Gently undulating ground with a mixture of trees, shrubs and open spaces, in other words (though, ideally, without the accompanying dangerous wild animals).
City officials had hoped to secure a permanent waiver through EPA rule-making or ideally from Congress.
Ideally, the veteran presence the Bears hoped for in signing Trevathan and Jerrell Freeman will shine in their second year.
Ideally, assumptions are challenged and resource considerations taken into account.
Ideally, feed them once within a few weeks of planting with a general-purpose 10-10-10 fertilizer, says Esslinger.
Ideally, the work would be completed over a three- or four-year period, working around the schedules of the University of Connecticut basketball and hockey teams and the AHL's Wolf Pack.
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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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