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adverb as in designedly

adverb as in knowingly

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Wittingly or no, Tamerlan was a step ahead of them, having flown to Moscow on July 16, two days after Plotnikov was killed.

She could introduce discord into a family without even acknowledging to herself that she had done it wittingly.

Morris and these others played with it wittingly; it gave a zest, a touch of substance, to their aesthetic pleasures.

But where the penitent wittingly or unwittingly is in the position of an accomplice, what then, Father Pifferi?

The cabinet members who, wittingly or unwittingly, had encouraged him in this he some weeks later stigmatized as a set of geese.

Spoken of a person who has wittingly placed himself in difficulties, and who attributes his bad position to fortune.


On this page you'll find 78 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wittingly, such as: consciously, knowingly, pointedly, purposely, studiously, and voluntarily.

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