smoothly (part of speech: adverb)
- Her hair, which was wholly silvered, was still abundant and glossily brushed. - "The Mormon Prophet", Lily Dougall.
- He is in evening dress, opera hat, and overcoat; his face is broad, comely, glossily shaved, but with neat moustaches. - "The Fugitive (Third Series Plays)", John Galsworthy.
- Glossily black and shapely enough was the little head upon which Captain Ross had heaped, in his mind, every anathema as well as every endearment that he knew, but he was dashed if he was expected to read what she meant out of the mere top of it. - "The Disturbing Charm", Berta Ruck.