fundamentally

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I still remain the sinner, fundamentally and potentially at every step the sinner.

Fundamentally, all education is proceeding on a false principle.

And yet he remained simple, unaffected, and fundamentally kind.

No, it was not bitterness, precisely, for it was fundamentally as impersonal as criticism can be.

He was fundamentally an Egyptian god, and the most popular of the deities of the Nile.

But emotion too is after all fundamentally a motor reaction.

Fundamentally the positions of the two men are very different.

The feeling was abnormal, and the method was fundamentally artificial.

Fundamentally, they think about the same way and want the same things.

It was all evidence to Bruce that fundamentally something was wrong.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, from fundamental + -ly (2).

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