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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhandilyhand‧i‧ly /ˈhændəli/ adverb  1 something that is handily placed is in a position where it can easily be reached or used She kept the key handily by the back door.2 American English if you win something handily, you win easily
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handilyIt seemed I could argue and defend handily, and I always loved debating.Perhaps if it hadn't happened so handily by chance, he would have engineered a meeting.Feinstein handily defeated Davis in the election.Powerful Barry Silkman's powerful all-rounder should soon be handily placed and once clear will be difficult to beat.
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