Felicitously [adverb]

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Sentence/Example of Felicitously:

"It is," said Edward Henry, who now felicitously perceived that a lark it indeed was, and ought to be treated as such.

Scene and hour are felicitously selected, and the humanity which belongs to this pictorial drama is finely conceived.

And again, "That new idea is truest which performs most felicitously its function of satisfying our double urgency" (p. 64).

What reads so unaffectedly and so felicitously, it is then seen, is but the result of exquisite consideration.

The moral is felicitously developed, and is true in thought and feeling.

He appears early to have cherished some matrimonial purposes which did not work felicitously.

They had been graceful and charming young figures, felicitously harmonizing with their festal background.

Mr. Lincoln felicitously expressed it to be a "government of the people, by the people, for the people."

Naturally the meetings concluded with a vote of thanks to the Chair, to which I replied (they tell me) felicitously.

The cake tasted like sweet wine, and Lilly felicitously hit upon its correct name, punch-tart, of which she was especially fond.