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importantly

[ im-pawr-tnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF importantly
  • as inprincipally
  • as inessentially
  • as inabove all
  • as inpar excellence

Synonyms for importantly

  • basically
  • chiefly
  • first and foremost
  • generally
  • largely
  • mostly
  • notably
  • particularly
  • predominantly
  • primarily
  • above all
  • before anything else
  • cardinally
  • dominantly
  • eminently
  • especially
  • essentially
  • first of all
  • for the most part
  • fundamentally
  • in the first place
  • in the main
  • materially
  • peculiarly
  • preeminently
  • prevailingly
  • prevalently
  • substantially
  • superlatively
  • supremely
  • to a great degree
  • universally
  • vitally
MOST RELEVANT

Antonyms for importantly

  • secondarily
  • trivially
MOST RELEVANT
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IMPORTANTLY

"That's all Gladys ever has," Mary Rose told him importantly.

"You shall learn, you shall learn, little sister," said Yakoff importantly.

And somehow Crewe seemed to bulk most importantly at that moment.

“Physical conformation of the road,” said Smith importantly.

“Polly makes this herself on purpose for us,” said Mercer importantly.

“Court etiquette demands it,” said the Ambassador, importantly.

In some hands,” said the doctor, importantly, “but we shall see.

“I led the line, going in to assembly,” reported Meg importantly.

"They put glasses on cows in Russia," said Miss Cantillon importantly.

"Oh, but I wouldn't give him the check," Angel cut in, importantly.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from Middle French important and directly from Medieval Latin importantem (nominative importans), present participle of importare "be significant in," from Latin importare "bring in" (see import). Related: Importantly.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR IMPORTANTLY

above all

adverbmost importantly
  • chiefly
  • especially
  • importantly
  • in particular
  • mainly
  • most of all
  • mostly
  • primarily
  • principally
  • supremely
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