personally[ pur-suh-nl-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF personally
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERSONALLY
Few here, I suppose, now personally remember Francis Lieber.
It wrung the hearts of all who had opportunities of personally observing it.
Shakespeare was personally interested in this princely hero.
Endorse this cheque 'Jane Meredith' and make it payable to me personally.
It was a beautiful thing and I could not help taking it personally.
Personally,' said Mr Rugg, 'I have no opinion on the topic.'
The word seemed to sting me personally even more than the others.
In every case, the locale they describe was known to Merriman personally.
Personally, I have only seen him once, when he came to receive his hat.
Personally I cannot see that it is a good thing for any man to drink; but I am no judge.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PERSONALLY
- behind closed doors
- behind someone's back
- by stealth
- in camera
- in confidence
- in holes and corners
- in secret
- in strict confidence
- on the QT
- on the quiet
- on the sly
- sub rosa
- under the table