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simply

simply

/ˈsɪmpɫi/
adverb
used to show that something is the case and nothing more

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that

that

/ˈðæt/, /ðət/
adverb
so; to such a degree or extent
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Soon everyone agreed that phrenology was not a science after all.

Segways can do things that bicycles cannot do.

Some cities have even passed laws that allow Segways to travel only on sidewalks.

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absolutely

absolutely

/ˌæbsəˈɫutɫi/
adverb
used as an intensive to put emphasis on exaggerated or strong statements

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no

no

/ˈnoʊ/
adverb
not at all; not any amount or number or not to any extent

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early

early

/ˈɝɫi/
adverb
before the usual or expected time

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less

less

/ˈɫɛs/
adverb
not so much; to a smaller degree or extent

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below

below

/biˈɫoʊ/, /bɪˈɫoʊ/
adverb
in a lower level, position, or place

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literally

literally

/ˈɫɪtɝəɫi/, /ˈɫɪtɹəɫi/
adverb
in a manner that expresses what is really intended without exaggeration

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certainly

certainly

/ˈsɝtənɫi/
adverb
with no doubt

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on

on

/ˈɑn/, /ˈɔn/
adverb
used to indicate that something continues and does not stop

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perhaps

perhaps

/pɝˈhæps/
adverb
used to express possibility or to show one's uncertainty about something

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home

home

/ˈhoʊm/
adverb
to, at, or toward the place where one lives

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eventually

eventually

/iˈvɛnʃəɫi/, /iˈvɛntʃəwəɫi/, /ɪˈvɛnʃəɫi/, /ɪˈvɛntʃəwəɫi/
adverb
after or at the end of a series of events or a long time
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A small break in a pipe can eventually create a sinkhole that swallows whatever stood above it.

Most small independent businesses couldn't compete with the giant chains and eventually failed.

Eventually the re-routed nerves would grow into the chest muscles.

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super

super

/ˈsupɝ/
adverb
extremely and to an excessive extent

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totally

totally

/ˈtoʊtəɫi/
adverb
to the full amount or degree
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Eventually, it becomes totally motionless.

I dreamed that Thornfield was totally destroyed, just a heap of stones.

It's totally last minute, but...

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hard

hard

/ˈhɑɹd/
adverb
with a lot of difficulty or effort

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forward

forward

/ˈfɔɹwɝd/
adverb
to or toward the front

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instead

instead

/ˌɪnˈstɛd/
adverb
as a substitute, alternative, or equivalent

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inside

inside

/ˈɪnˌsaɪd/, /ˌɪnˈsaɪd/
adverb
in or into a room or building; within a building

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next

next

/ˈnɛks/, /ˈnɛkst/
adverb
immediately after or afterward

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all the time

all the time

/ˈɔːl ðə tˈaɪm/
adverb
constantly or continuously
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Cover it all the time, and then he can’t see it.

She wanted to be with Damian, but all the time her jealous old husband stopped her.

People can't work all the time, they need to be amused, too.

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easily

easily

/ˈizəɫi/
adverb
with no problem or difficulty

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immediately

immediately

/ˌɪˈmiˌdiətɫi/
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instantly; without delay; at once

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particularly

particularly

/ˌpɑɹˈtɪkjəɫɝɫi/, /pɝˈtɪkjəɫɝɫi/
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used to indicate that something specifically refers or applies to one individual, thing, or situation
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This initial burst of sound, called the attack, is not particularly musical.

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somewhere

somewhere

/ˈsəmˌwɛɹ/
adverb
in, at, or to some unspecified place

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