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adverb as in above all

adverb as in par excellence

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Unions have all sorts of political consequences in society that may be even more important.

The A73 is noticeably bigger, but the second card slot and improved weather-sealing are important for those buying it for work reasons.

“I think it’s important as a caveat to say that Google is not good, true, boots-on-the-ground epidemiology,” says Staller.

For such an important health care decision, political pressure has no place in the vaccine approval process.

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That is not the case for medical products even though the source of drug ingredients is just as, if not more, important as for food.

There was so much beauty, talent, potential, and most importantly, honesty in your work.

Most importantly, they were all deleted long before that percentage could rise any higher.

More importantly, it developed a staff unlike anywhere else.

He wants to show her how clever he is and, more importantly, how well the script is going, that there is hope, a future.

And, perhaps most importantly, you will find a roving cast of characters—the employees of distillery.

No, not for the present,” said Roy, rather importantly; “I have so much to do.

"And now, by special request, Miss Warlick is going to say a few words," the elderly eye-glassed officer importantly announced.

Newly commissioned staff officers galloped importantly from headquarters to headquarters.

He heard the servant girl rushing importantly round the house, slamming windows.

Then the young fellow came striding importantly down to his counter.


On this page you'll find 94 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to importantly, such as: chiefly, especially, in particular, mainly, mostly, and most of all.

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