Definition of "sturdily" [stur•di•ly]

  • In a sturdy manner. (adverb)

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Use "sturdily" in a sentence
  • "Questions might be raised, of course, about the willingness of judges to remain sturdily independent when hearing a case involving "their" donor, but if the gift is irrevocable, we should certainly have at least as much faith in their capacity to be independent as when, say, they are hearing cases brought by the Administration that appointed them with certain hopes in mind."
  • "I called sturdily, deepening my voice to imitate that of my victim as nearly as I could match it --"
  • ""I don't believe it," sturdily, "if it's the right sort of love."