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adverb as in purposely

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Even the album’s lush ballad “Blue & Grey” maintains this feeling of warm energy, although it’s explicitly about dealing with depression and pandemic-induced loneliness.

From Vox

At multiple points, the attorneys tried to guilt the media into covering the claims seriously, even while explicitly withholding the evidence they claimed proved their points.

A company found out that their lead rate started boosted by 19% after they designed a site explicitly for mobile visitors coming from a social media site.

The proposals currently at the W3C — Dovekey, TURTLEDOVE, SPARROW and others — can help address those consumers who opt-out, or don’t explicitly opt-in.

From Digiday

The new rules include a “catch-all” provision for cyber-surveillance items even if they’re not explicitly listed.

But the last national figure to wield ancient personal authority in an explicitly religious way was Robert F. Kennedy.

“Sometimes the Christians are saying, ‘We need to hear explicitly Christian stuff,’” says Mineo.

A fair number explicitly ask for an antibiotic, to cover the possibility that it is “bronchitis” or a “sinus infection.”

Think about it: Dodd-Frank was explicitly passed to drive a stake through the heart of the implicit concept of “too big to fail.”

Their focus was less explicitly political and more absurdist.

And explicitly, in the same connection are the various observances included in it presented in precept.

Why should they not jointly come under explicitly avowed obligations to God?

But his charge, or his law and covenant, as a trust, he explicitly gives his people commandment to keep.

The compositions oftenest and most explicitly mentioned in the letters are also the most important ones—namely, the concertos.

At the second sitting of the committee, Mr. Madison explained his own opinions of the duty of Congress, fully and explicitly.


On this page you'll find 212 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to explicitly, such as: absolutely, clearly, decidedly, doubtless, easily, and finally.

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