Top 126 - 150 Adverbs

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500 Most Common English Adverbs - Top 126 - 150 Adverbs

Here you are provided with the part 6 of the list of the most common adverbs in English including 126-150 adverbs.

500 Most Common English Adverbs
normallyadverb

under regular or usual circumstances

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otherwiseadverb

in a manner different from the one that has been mentioned

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offadverb

(of a power supply or other electrical devices) not being used or switched on

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everywhereadverb

to or in all places

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alone
aloneadverb

without any other people; on one's own

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honestlyadverb

used to emphasize that one is being sincere and telling the truth, especially when the thing being said sounds surprising

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skillfullyadverb

in a manner that indicates great skill

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typicallyadverb

in a way that usually happens

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highlyadverb

to a high level or degree

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foreveradverb

used to refer to something that will exist for a very long time

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possiblyadverb

used for emphasizing that something is surprising or baffling

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onlineadverb

via, onto, or while connected to the Internet or other computer network

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ultimatelyadverb

after everything; in the end; finally

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seriouslyadverb

in a way that makes people concerned due to how severe the state is or much it requires attention

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indeedadverb

used to emphasize or confirm a statement

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outside
outsideadverb

not inside a building or room

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somehowadverb

in a way or by some method that is not known or certain

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back and forthadverb

backward and forward; going in one direction and then in the opposite repeatedly

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perfectlyadverb

in the best possible way

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constantlyadverb

always; all the time

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apparentlyadverb

based on what one has read or heard and therefore uncertain if it is really the case

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eitheradverb

used after negative statements to indicate a similarity between two situations or feelings

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wheneveradverb

at any or every time

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personallyadverb

in a way that shows the opinion that someone is giving comes from their view

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ahead
aheadadverb

in front; farther forward

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