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adverb as in closely

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It was an intimate class and I could speak in my normal voice, which I liked, but that also meant the phone was too loud for the room.

However, these superspreader events are intimate affairs associated with close contact and a lack of precautions.

Well, we’re already letting machines do this in our most intimate spaces…inside our home.

Now, both men are in their homes, one self-isolating and the other dodging reporters asking about those texts, including messages that emerged late Tuesday suggesting an intimate encounter.

It’s tough to predict what political impact the news that North Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Cal Cunningham had been sending intimate texts to a woman who isn’t his wife will have on the competitive Senate race there.

They wrote about subjects that they knew intimately, or that troubled or fascinated them, which is what all novelists do.

Now Kendall Jenner is intimately interlocked with Cara Delevingne.

However the American sexual ideal is intimately related to a certain idea of masculinity.

Other Nazi leaders would get intimately involved in the lives of the artists as well.

When this happened I told Michael first, very intimately and in much more detail, what was going on.

Indeed, his success was widely known, and Jean Baptiste had been rather curious to know the family intimately.

His namdee was intimately associated with French politics, from the commencement of the revolution in 1789.

When the mucus is small in amount and intimately mixed with the stool, the trouble is probably in the small intestine.

From these instruments have come all those precise examinations on which the accuracy of modern science intimately depends.

Nicholas Rubinstein is intimately associated with every event in Tchaikovskys private and public life.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to intimately, such as: informally, personally, well, confidentially, familiarly, and lovingly.

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