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anymore

anymore

/ˌɛniˈmɔɹ/
adverb
no longer
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Fred: Can you tell me anymore?

I'm not giving you anymore!' '

Like I don't even know what to do anymore.

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clearly

clearly

/ˈkɫɪɹɫi/
adverb
with no doubt

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essentially

essentially

/ɛˈsɛnʃəɫi/, /iˈsɛnʃəɫi/
adverb
used to emphasize the fundamental nature or characteristics of someone or something
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The homes are essentially artificial caves, but don't assume there is anything primitive about them.

She essentially posts the same content as Cheyenna.

I was being ridiculed essentially for something that wasn't my fault.

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at the same time

at the same time

/æt ðə sˈeɪm tˈaɪm/
adverb
simultaneously or at one time

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recently

recently

/ˈɹisənɫi/, /ˈɹisəntɫi/
adverb
not long ago; a short time ago; at a recent time
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Today I want to talk about an issue that has been coming up as of recently regarding captions.

They discovered that when a mosquito bit a person who had recently taken ivermectin, the mosquito died.

The population of the world recently reached 7 billion.

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extremely

extremely

/ɛkˈstɹimɫi/
adverb
to a great amount or degree; very much
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Advanced software can then construct extremely detailed 3-D models of the pipe walls.

Even the extremely popular Cow Parade has been a topic of controversy in a few areas.

Raising a child prodigy is extremely challenging.

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nearly

nearly

/ˈnɪɹɫi/
adverb
to a degree that is close to being complete

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mostly

mostly

/ˈmoʊsɫi/, /ˈmoʊstɫi/
adverb
for the most part; mainly

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generally

generally

/ˈdʒɛnɝəɫi/, /ˈdʒɛnɹəɫi/
adverb
in most cases; usually
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Daily newspapers do not generally employ separate fact-checkers.

Generally, each island maintained a guild, or group, of master navigators who had very high status.

But I think generally, for the most part

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directly

directly

/daɪˈɹɛkɫi/, /dɝˈɛktɫi/, /diˈɹɛkɫi/, /dɪˈɹɛkɫi/
adverb
without changing direction or stopping

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hopefully

hopefully

/ˈhoʊpfəɫi/
adverb
used for expressing that one hopes something will happen
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she asked hopefully. '

Hopefully that's not what I'm doing here

So, hopefully, this will spread a little bit of education.

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necessarily

necessarily

/ˌnɛsəˈsɛɹəɫi/
adverb
in a way that cannot be avoided
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" I mean, you don't necessarily have to hurt the guy.

Maybe not necessarily the actress herself, but it's not that the character herself doesn't know ASL.

English I don't necessarily understand.

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therefore

therefore

/ˈðɛɹˌfɔɹ/
adverb
said to introduce a statement that is the logical result of the previous one

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anywhere

anywhere

/ˈɛniˌwɛɹ/, /ˈɛnihˌwɛɹ/
adverb
to, in, or at any place

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fully

fully

/ˈfʊɫi/
adverb
to the largest degree

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incredibly

incredibly

/ˌɪnˈkɹɛdəbɫi/
adverb
extremely or to a great degree
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So, that was incredibly awkward.

And YouTube deliberately promoted two incredibly popular YouTubers that we have right now.

It's been an incredibly long day.

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specifically

specifically

/spəˈsɪfɪkɫi/
adverb
only for one certain type of person or thing
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The company's marketing plan will be aimed at the parents, specifically the mothers.

I think I made a video specifically about it before and it drives me bonkers.

The game she plays specifically is Fortnite.

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straight

straight

/ˈstɹeɪt/
adverb
directly; in a straight line

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unfortunately

unfortunately

/ənˈfɔɹtʃənətɫi/, /ənˈfɔɹtʃunətɫi/
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used to express regret or say that something is disappointing or sad
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Unfortunately, operators have also been the victims of accidents.

Unfortunately for the photographer, his alterations were soon apparent to some sharp-eyed readers.

Unfortunately this happiness did not last.

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truly

truly

/ˈtɹuɫi/
adverb
used for emphasizing a specific feature or quality
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The consequences of chronic sleep deprivation can be truly disastrous.

But I’m sorry for this young man, I truly am.

He is truly sorry. '

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slightly

slightly

/ˈsɫaɪtɫi/
adverb
a little and not very much

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slowly

slowly

/ˈsɫoʊɫi/
adverb
moving or doing something at a slow speed; not quickly
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Time goes more slowly in this quiet, special place.

The water slowly ran into the bottom bowl through the hole.

Slowly, farming spread to other areas.

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anyway

anyway

/ˈɛniˌweɪ/
adverb
used when ending a conversation, or changing, or returning to a subject
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Anyway, the Bible tells us to do good, even if other people hurt us.

But will you agree to obey my orders anyway?'

I'm afraid you've heard it before, but listen anyway.

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currently

currently

/ˈkɝəntɫi/
adverb
now; at the present time
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Immunotherapy is currently the best option for minimalizing reactions.

I know there's two theories going on currently.

I'm currently on my way to the airport.

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suddenly

suddenly

/ˈsədənɫi/
adverb
quickly and unexpectedly

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