Examples of readily in a Sentence
simple instructions that anyone can readily understand
He readily agreed to help us.
Recent Examples of readily from the Web
Trawling for shrimp used to be a huge recreational activity in South Louisiana, but outdoorsmen and women have gotten away from it, probably because the tasty crustaceans are so readily available in supermarkets.
The promise of a readily available preventative cancer vaccine for dogs is still several years away.
Assault weapons will remain readily available to crazy people until the powerful pro-gun forces in this country decide to do a similar turnaround.
That will occupy a great deal of time because on Wednesday, the first 1,800 or so of the 5,600 or so hours of Studs’ remarkable radio programs will become readily available for any interested ears and minds.
At one time the catacombs served as a convenient way to transport and store goods from the above-ground marketplace during a time when refrigeration wasn’t readily available, Manterfield explains.
Each cook in the kitchen was responsible for ensuring that their station is well stocked with ingredients, hot foods are cooked or brought to temperature, and any utensils are readily available for a fast-paced service.
Domestic substitutes are not readily available for businesses like Mapes Piano String Co. in Tennessee, which buys premium-quality wire rod from Japan.
Persian shield is readily available in garden centers as a premium summer annual.
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in a breeze, no sweat [slang], without ado, without a hitch;
READILY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of readily for English Language Learners
: quickly and easily
: in a way that shows you are willing to do something : without hesitation or complaint
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