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adverb as in purposely

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The low numbers were partially intentional, with the museums capping attendance and operating on a reduced schedule.

Kumar said we should be intentional about how we interact with others, and we shouldn’t let fears of awkwardness dictate how we communicate.

The agency has the power to fine businesses $2,500 for each violation of the CPRA or $7,500 for what it deems are “intentional violations” or those that involve minors.

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Second, those who were left out by intentional policy choices — namely, the spouses and children of undocumented immigrants and approximately 2 million inmates of prisons and jails.

The Governing Board and I celebrate the growth and change we have made as a college and remain committed to this intentional work.

“Lying is intentionally, intentionally misleading someone, all right,” he told Newsmax.

The marketing for the film was designed to intentionally mislead viewers into believing that it was based on a true story.

We have intentionally kept Pomplamoose very light and fun.

That a few white and Western-trained doctors have intentionally used disease to harm Africans in the past.

There are people who intentionally stoke the flames of hate against our community.

Though monuments may be moved intentionally or by natural causes, they can be more trusted in the long run of things.

To cease living together for the time fixed by statute is not desertion unless this was done intentionally.

If an inventor intentionally conceals facts or misleads the public by an erroneous description, his patent is void.

But death—the taking of life—was a selective process, intentionally executed, the result a foreseen conclusion.

Needless to add that this is ambitious confectioner's verse, intentionally nonsensical.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to intentionally, such as: deliberately, willfully, designedly, and in cold blood.

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