per se

[ pur sey, see, per ]SEE DEFINITION OF per se
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The next step is the acquisition of the hypnotic state, per se.

But both the series of acts and the intent are per se indifferent.

I dont wish you should think I find any fault with them per se.

This is not to say that age may not coexist with superiority, but that age, per se, is not superiority.

It has always been per se, a temperance and an anti-slavery society.

The introduction of power machines was not per se the cause of these evils.

We can conceive of it per se, and in relation to man in a state of isolation.

The latter of these qualities is, per se, incomparably the most important and valuable.

She is greatly admired, per se, but has no intimate friends.

These are weighty considerations, and, per se, have my most hearty approval.