How to use Cursorily in a sentence as a adverb

Cursorily in a sentence.

When it comes to the reading of Scripture, listen to these words of Wesley: “Be sure to read, not cursorily or hastily, but leisurely, seriously, and with great attention; with proper pause and intervals, and that you may allow time for the enlightening of the divine grace. To this end, recollect, every now and then, what you have read, and consider how to reduce it to practice…Read those passages over and over that more nearly concern yourself, and more closely affect your inclinations or practices.”

Related Sentences for Cursorily

In a way, us good government folks are to blame for the most recent spate of dysfunction in Washington. Cutting earmarks means its harder to buy votes which means its harder to pass little bills like the budget and the debt ceiling.

Cursorily definitions

adverb

without taking pains

See also: quickly