Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Men killed facilely for money; no one knew it better than intelligence officers.
But by the play's end, that dream has been all too facilely interpreted.
Instead he took out a deck of cards and facilely shuffled them.
Of course, the white paper is facilely clever.
It came back to him again facilely unweighted.
The color effects are boldly and facilely applied.
No major issue is ever addressed so facilely, so yes there are going to be bumps in the road."
He could have dissembled, facilely agreed to everything she maintained, and thus improved his chances of bedding her later on.
Schwartau explains complex technology facilely and without condescension."
The American personality, far from being trapped in decorum, is booming, pushy, manic, facilely optimistic.
As for the questions that cannot be facilely answered, the possibility of second-generation holocaust-induced psychosis is the most disquieting.
The work of discourse analysis also shows that the denials of prejudice should not be dismissed so facilely, as lacking social significance.
"They're a good people, but are a little embarrassed about their personal lack of technology," Julius said facilely, pouring his third glass of robust red wine.
Scott Nearing's journey over a century was neatly (albeit perhaps facilely) described by one biographer as follows:
But then, Shakespeare wrote the character too facilely, as a hypocritical, self-righteous sort whose "integrity stands without blemish" until he gives in to his impulses.
The collectors' curiosity may or may not be satisfied by the steady stream of anecdotes delivered so facilely in the Sack story.
Then she laughed, remembering how facilely she had shrugged off ten-years' hard work when Carrik had dangled his lure.
He moves about the civilian spectrum facilely, from embassy teacups to bricklayers' saloons - be's very mobile and convincing.'
In the past the Romance-Germanic linguistic division that marks Belgium to this day has been perhaps too facilely linked to these geographic parameters.
Oddly, it is Truvy's part - Dolly Parton's in the movie - that has become most facilely stereotyped by artifice and showiness.
Mr. Klein said, "Shakespeare wrote the character [Angelo] too facilely" but then calls him, along with the Duke and Isabella, "contradictory and complex."
In the end, the reader is denied both the empty figurehead and the two-dimensional opponent of the "evil empire" that Mr. Reagan is sometimes too facilely portrayed as being.
Valere is the bull in the china shop of art: a vulgar, self-infatuated, facilely talented self-promoter who will pander to any audience, whether a prince or the masses, to win applause.
He takes the half-assed pointer, and he shows us, with complete conviction, and without forebodings, exactly what the attack will be, why we are making it, and how facilely it will succeed.
When I look at you, I see a bag filled with blood, bones, viscera, and meat, held in by the most fragile and vulnerable covering, so easily punctured, so facilely ripped or torn.
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