A'dmirably. adv. [from admirable.] So as to raise wonder; in an admirable manner.
The theatre is, I think, the most spacious of any I ever saw, and, at the same time, so admirably well contrived, that, from the very depth of the stage, the lowest sound may be heard distinctly to the farthest part of the audience, as in a whispering place; and yet, if you raise your voice as high as you please, there is nothing like an echo to cause in it the least confusion. Addison on Italy.