intentionally

[ in-ten-shuh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF intentionally

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With this object in view the wording is intentionally plain and non-technical.

I do not suppose, my dear, that you intentionally told an untruth; it was an exaggeration.

But now, let us reason with the unjust, who is not intentionally in error.

Come, now, and let us gently reason with the unjust, who is not intentionally in error.

But when Odysseus speaks falsely he is voluntarily and intentionally false.

He who does so intentionally, I should say, because he can spell or read correctly whenever he chooses.

You may be sure, Mysa, that your brother did not do it intentionally.

"No, no," she said again, in a voice where fear was intentionally dominant.

Their action seemed to me to be intentionally insulting to Babberly.

But Jim had intentionally passed it over, for he was not through with Sol Hanson.

WORD ORIGIN

"on purpose," 1660s; see intentional + -ly (2).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INTENTIONALLY

voluntarily

adverbof one's own free will
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