definitely

[ def-uh-nit-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF definitely

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But in a moment she bowed her head and was definitely conquered.

At least the responsibility can thus be definitely assigned.

She did not comprehend that Martin definitely did not want it changed.

The movements and acts of everyone had been definitely planned.

So the Honourable George and I were definitely apart for the first time in our lives.

Polygamy, though permitted, was definitely restricted by the code.

He must definitely assure himself he was still abreast of it.

Turkey had definitely come to grips with England and with Russia.

Alone with her despair, she had definitely made her terrible resolution.

The remnants of the Austrians had definitely retired northward.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from definite + -ly (2). As a colloquial emphatic word, attested by 1931.

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