Alternative terms for "Not fluently"
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Literary usage of Not fluently
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Clinical Journal (1895)
"Her special senses, especially sight and hearing, were well developed. She could talk, but not fluently, and her voice was thick and husky. ..."
2. Practical Fluency: Classroom Perspectives, Grades K-6by Max Brand, Gayle Brand by Max Brand, Gayle Brand (2006)
"They are reading quickly not fluently. Her focus lesson for reading workshop will focus on using punctuation to help students read fluently, not quickly. ..."
3. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1840)
"The conjunction ' but' is also often used to unite co-ordinate sentences, as 'he speaks German, but not fluently,' where the sentence beginning with ' but' ..."
4. White Earth Reservation. No. 1[-49] Hearings Before the Committee on (1911)
"Well, perhaps not fluently, but generally I think they can. Mr. FERRIS. ... Well, no; not fluently. Mr. FERRIS. What was your statement? Mr. FERRIS. ..."
5. The Republic of Plato by Plato (1908)
"Thrasymachus made all these admissions, not fluently, as DI repeat them, but with extreme reluctance ; it was a hot summer's day, and the perspiration ..."