In a manner which provides an advantage; in an advantageous manner.(adverb)
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Use "advantageously" in a sentence
"We contend, that for tolerably good land, situated advantageously, that is, with a ready access to good markets and good fairs, such as those of Coventry, Birmingham, Gloucester, Worcester,"
"Again, this argumentation is handled very advantageously, which is derived from a species when you pursue all the separate parts by tracing them back to the whole, in this way "If that is _dolus malus_ when one thing is aimed at, and another pretended," we may enumerate the different modes in which that can be done, and then under some one of them we may range that which we are trying to prove has been done"
"Treasury can always purchase, then claim to have revised its valuation and sell "advantageously" at a loss."