Examples of readily in a Sentence
simple instructions that anyone can readily understand
He readily agreed to help us.
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Bourdain’s magic lies is in his capacity to formulate the most updated representation of readily consumable alterity.
That coal will come directly from Indiana's reserves, of which 17 billion tons are readily recoverable with today's technologies, according to Indiana University's Geological and Water Survey for the state.
The classical music world tends to lean a bit too readily on composer anniversaries as an engine to drive both programming and marketing.
Luckily, on Wednesday Queen Elizabeth readily gave her consent in the form of a no-nonsense and not-to-be-trifled-with official letter.
In an era of machine learning, activity that readily appears to be malicious—mimicking closely, for example, the ways in which Russian trolls or ISIS has behaved in the past—could be halted automatically, at least initially.
James Milner While many players complain if they are not used in their favoured position, Liverpool vice-captain James Milner has made a whole career out of being readily willing to play any position that is asked of him.
Roberta Hunte readily kept Chong company at chemotherapy, recalling her friends' support when her mother had cancer.
Local officials may fall in line with national policy more readily than in the past, but an excess of zeal could be more damaging than a shortage, says Yanmei Xie, an analyst with Gavekal Dragonomics, a research firm.
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First Known Use of readily
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
READILY Defined for Kids
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