necessarily

[ nes-uh-sair-uh-lee, -ser- ]SEE DEFINITION OF necessarily
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We have no longer States that are necessarily only planting States.

It is not necessarily his own religious belief that he will select.

It dawned on me, too, that God need not necessarily be to me what He is to others, nor to others what He is to me.

I had to take care of him, and the work on the grocery-house was necessarily stopped.

Marriage might be the absorbing duty of some women, but was it necessarily hers?

I was speaking of what could be, not necessarily of what was.

If, as always, there are exceptions to this rule, they are necessarily evanescent.

The character-drawing in the next scene is necessarily slight.

But just as the former is not necessarily a crutch, so the latter was not necessarily a cross.

Will they not necessarily be slothful, if you are silent and sleep?

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., "inevitably, unavoidably," from necessary (adj.) + -ly (2).

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