perfectly[ pur-fikt-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF perfectly
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So perfectly had their journey been timed that the train was due in a very few minutes.
I don't wish to hurt you, but I must be perfectly honest with myself and with you.
The first and only requisite is, that they be perfectly insulated.
Shakespeare is perfectly willing to depict Hotspur as scorning the arts.
Holy; He is perfectly pure, and separate from all that is evil.
This explanation satisfied everybody, it was so perfectly natural.
That a man should know nothing of thoroughbreds was perfectly inexplicable to Gaynor.
She was so secure in her happiness that she was perfectly calm.
Were her faith in that unshaken she would be perfectly at rest.
"Not in any way that I am not perfectly capable of handling myself," said Linda.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PERFECTLY
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- up and down
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