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adverb as in urgently

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I headed back to her a month later myself because the dry eye I was having was wrecking writing in the evening and made any kind of mascara-wearing impossible — crucial in this age of masks, when our eyes are such a part of communicating.

Corliss can talk for hours without a break, as if storytelling is at once his deepest compulsion and crucial to the performance art that has become his life.

It shows that some new genes quickly become crucial because they regulate a type of DNA called heterochromatin.

The Crew-1 mission marks a crucial milestone in the development of a space industry in which private-sector companies provide business and tourism services in low-earth orbit.

From Fortune

Now, collaboration will be crucial as the industry builds a new framework that puts consumers at the center and provides them with the data transparency and tools that they deserve.

From Digiday

And--crucially--if no one gets 50 per cent of the vote, the top two candidates face off on December 6th.

Crucially, however, government whips have begun to ask Conservative MPs how they would vote on two separate questions.

And, crucially, what next for these so-called lost women, for the lost girls who have been failed so miserably?

Most crucially, Happy Valley revolutionizes the connection between rape and suspense.

She also, and most crucially, sought the advice of David Fincher (The Social Network, House of Cards).

Ford was crucially anxious to find out how the battle was likely to go, and his companion seemed amiably communicative.

The dura mater is incised to the limits of its exposure either crucially or by cutting it through in the form of a large flap.

The one would be to overestimate our strength, and thus neglect crucially important actions in the period just ahead.

He realized that he was called upon to advise again crucially in regard to Clark's Field.

It was as if a new aspect of the situation—an aspect more crucially alarming than any other—had just struck him.


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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to crucially, such as: essentially, exigently, imperatively, necessarily, and pressingly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.