Gently [adverb]

Definition of Gently:

quietly and softly

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Opposite/Antonyms of Gently:


Sentence/Example of Gently:

Reduce the heat to a gentle simmer and cook an additional 1 to 2 minutes.

Our ElephantEdge project brings in people from all over the world to create the best technology vital for the survival of these gentle giants.

It’s running wide and gentle — the Green, like the Colorado, is taxed heavily upstream for irrigation, plus it hasn’t rained here since July — and we wade into the bracing water to scrub away the trail dust.

Though they’re miniature cabbages, they’re not as sturdy as the larger variety, and benefit from more gentle care.

A more expansive patagium gives a colugo extra “wing area,” which lifts and slows the animal, allowing a gentler descent than other gliders, Byrnes says.

Add the garlic, mustard and paprika and, whisking constantly, bring the mixture to a gentle boil.

“The Duke Who Didn’t” Chloe, a perfectionist who someday might check off the last item on her to-do list, is determined to resist gentle, charming Jeremy, who adores her and wants to marry her.

This variation offers similar benefits to other deadlift variations, but it’s gentler on the back because you’re not pulling the weight off the floor with every rep.

It featured a lot of blue—the sky, mountains, a lake—gentle brown woods, hikers, deer, and George Washington.

The gentlest answer — that you are so pleased to be introduced, but that Aunt Rose was unaware that you are not looking to date right now — is difficult to use when you are registered on a dating site.