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- adv. In a trim manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a trim manner; nicely.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a trim manner; neatly; finely; well.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a trim manner
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Mac Hammond is an attractive trimly built white man in his sixties with a piercing but personable style.
His trousers are neatly creased, his shirt trimly tucked in.
The sportswear of Olympic events range from Fabulousity Uber Alles (figure skating) to revealingly narcissistic (diving) to trimly functional (gymnastics) to overtly Lebowskian (halfpipe snowboarding).
The boots were well made, cut trimly to her foot, and came almost to her knee.
Extracts are trimly selected, and Kennedy, endearingly, includes an early effort of his own.
A very personable man, trimly built and moving with an elegant arrogance, his fair head uncovered, a short cloak swinging on one shoulder.
Little she certainly was, but trimly made and carried herself proudly.
She was seated a little withdrawn from the fire when Cadfael entered the abbot's parlour some minutes later, her feet drawn trimly under the hem of her habit, her back erect against the panelled wall.
The man who entered was young, some two-and-twenty at the outside, well-groomed and trimly clad, with something of refine - ment and delicacy in his bearing.
At 53, the trimly dressed, still boyish-looking, blue-eyed author nowadays packs around his midriff the evidence of all those midtown dinners, all those wines he has reviewed for House & Garden.