Is gracefully an adverb of manner?


Gracefully is an adverb of manner. The -ly suffix is very common in adverbs. Gracefully as an adverb comes from the word graceful. It describes doing something with a level grace, precision, and quickness.

Examples of Gracefully

  • This was the first ballet is ever saw. I couldn’t believe how gracefully the dancers were moving.
  • He has decided to resign from his position. He will do so gracefully with a formal letter.
  • You can’t just walk around the club like an elephant. Do it gracefully.

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