especially

[ ih-spesh-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF especially

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Foreigners, especially Greeks, begin to dominate the country.

As for my brother, he seemed enchanted with the sight, and especially with the ladies.

This is especially true when we are face to face with a heavy deficit.

This is too well-known a truth for me to endeavor to conceal it, especially from you.

But those who knew Hester, especially the women of them, were indignant with him.

I find myself questioning, What can I do for them all, but especially for him?

I am sorry for you all, and for you especially that you should have had to take an active part in the business.

It was no wonder, especially when he saw who the singer was, that he should lose his temper.

They are, as a rule, averse to innovation, especially when it involves expenditure.

It occurred to her, all at once, that Christine must see a lot of K., especially now.

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