Competently [adverb]

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In May 2019, a judge ordered a medical expert to examine Spears and her life to see if she is competent to control her own affairs.

The Razorbacks have since proved themselves perfectly competent.

They are competent, decent, empathic leaders who will support and stand with us.

We've detailed the Fire HD line before, but in general it remains a solid value for those who want an competent tablet for as low a cost as possible.

Sure, it’s possible to create functional, competent PPC by putting things essentially on autopilot.

Grammarly is basically a competent automatic copy editor and proofreader.

It revealed that Lane had dementia and was likely not competent to stand trial.

We need competent and trustworthy leaders in office who care deeply about how every dollar is spent and will not cut ethical or legal corners — because they know that lives are on the line.

Even for those who are privileged to have health insurance — it doesn’t mean you’re going to get quality and competent care.

His manner was easy and indifferent, but out of his hard face cool, quiet eyes judged men and situations competently.