Meaning of valuably in English:

valuably

adverb

See valuable

‘Some customers are more valuable than others, and by understanding the difference, resources can be more valuably deployed - you can get a better return on your investment.’
  • ‘That space could be more valuably used for luggage because the boot, not unexpectedly, shrinks from 410 litres to just 175 when the roof goes into its hideaway.’
  • ‘Particularly valuably for an English-speaking audience, they draw on Russian publications that have not yet received much notice in the West.’
  • ‘It proved, she claims, that imagination can be valuably researched in a variety of disciplines, not least evolutionary studies and archaeology.’
  • ‘Rather than lose a valuably trained doctor we have gained a professional who has learnt a painful lesson.’