• (adv): Without much difficulty.
    Example: "These snakes can be identified readily"
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Actinides In The Environment - Plutonium in The Environment - Environmental Chemistry
... Plutonium, like other actinides, readily forms a plutonium dioxide (plutonyl) core (PuO2) ... In the environment, this plutonyl core readily complexes with carbonate as well as other oxygen moieties (OH-, NO2-, NO3-, and SO4−2) to form charged complexes which ... Plutonium also readily shifts valences between the +3, +4, +5 and +6 states ...
... The two kinds are distinguished from one another readily, because of differences in their relative hardness ... The gypsum kind is so soft as to be readily scratched with a fingernail (Mohs hardness 1.5 to 2), while the calcite kind is too hard to be scratched in this way (Mohs hardness 3), although it does yield readily to a ...
Tailspin - Center of Gravity
... In general terms, the further forward the center of gravity the less readily the airplane will spin, and the more readily it will recover from a spin ... Conversely, the further aft the center of gravity the more readily the airplane will spin, and the less readily it will recover from a spin ...
... or /kɒˈrɒləri/) is a statement that follows readily from a previous statement ... is a corollary of proposition A if B can readily be deduced from A or is self-evident from its proof, but the meaning of readily or self-evident varies depending ...
Geon (psychology) - Properties of Geons
... or resistance to visual noise Because the geons are simple they are readily supported by the Gestalt property of smooth continuation, rendering their identification robust to partial occlusion and ... These qualitative differences can be readily distinguished thus rendering the geons readily distinguishable and the objects so composed, readily distinguishable ...

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    Those services which the community will most readily pay for, it is most disagreeable to render.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    It took nine years, and a great depression, and two wars ending in defeat, and one surrender without war, to break my faith in the benign power of the press. Gradually I came to realize that people will more readily swallow lies than truth, as if the taste of lies was homey, appetizing: a habit.
    Martha Gellhorn (b. 1908)

    Good and bad are but names very readily transferable to that or this; the only right is what is after my constitution; the only wrong what is against it.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)