sterlingly

sterlingly

(ˈstɜːlɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a sterling way or manner
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For now, he wants to finish his studies and continue playing sterlingly for University of the East, which has always 'given me special considerations, especially when I'm playing abroad.
Steve Greenslade, corporate director of resources and customer service at Monmouthshire County Council, circulated a weather briefing e-mail to councillors and staff which said: "As many will know from their constituency work, our direct services workforce have worked sterlingly all day to keep things moving as safely as possible.
Similarly, James Millard's sterlingly sung Joe Josephson doesn't come naturally by a Yiddishism like "meshugenah.