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along

along

/əˈɫɔŋ/
adverb
together or in accompaniment

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equally

equally

/ˈikwəɫi/
adverb
to the same amount or degree

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increasingly

increasingly

/ɪnˈkɹisɪŋɡɫi/, /ɪnˈkɹisɪŋɫi/
adverb
more and more
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Increasingly, public art is designed by architects with the goal of blending harmoniously with buildings or planned spaces.

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later on

later on

/lˈeɪɾɚɹ ˈɑːn/
adverb
after the time mentioned or later in the future
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But yeah, stick around for later on in the video.

If you want to see a specific signed language later on, then leave your requests in the comments below.

Later on, I thought, "I want to start a YouTube channel.

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frankly

frankly

/ˈfɹæŋkɫi/
adverb
used when expressing an honest opinion, even though that might upset someone
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So one here said, "Frankly, this is crap. "

I also never contour, because quite frankly, I've always never really understood how to do it.

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primarily

primarily

/pɹaɪˈmɛɹəɫi/
adverb
for the most part
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yeah, I primarily use mine only for texting.

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sure

sure

/ˈʃʊɹ/
adverb
certainly; used for emphasis

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commonly

commonly

/ˈkɑmənɫi/
adverb
used to say how frequent or usual something is

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gently

gently

/ˈdʒɛntɫi/
adverb
in a gentle manner

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rapidly

rapidly

/ˈɹæpədɫi/
adverb
at a fast rate; in a way that is very quick
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Now, similar conditions in rapidly developing areas of Asia may prove inviting to the ants.

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luckily

luckily

/ˈɫəkəɫi/
adverb
in a fortunate manner
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Luckily it was a warm night, with no rain.

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backward

backward

/ˈbækwɝd/
adverb
in or to the direction opposite to the front

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occasionally

occasionally

/əˈkeɪʒənəɫi/, /əˈkeɪʒənɫi/, /əˈkeɪʒnəɫi/
adverb
not frequently; sometimes
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He occasionally went for lonely walks on the moors, and regularly visited his wife's grave.

She would occasionally come to me and try to talk.

I mean, I've occasionally made cracks at myself being like "my ears are broken.

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above

above

/əˈbəv/
adverb
in, at, or to a higher position

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hardly

hardly

/ˈhɑɹdɫi/
adverb
close to none; almost not
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I was so frightened by this thought that I hardly dared to breathe.

I had hardly eaten anything the day before.

I can hardly say it this child is a liar!'

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by

by

/ˈbaɪ/
adverb
used to refer to moving past

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rarely

rarely

/ˈɹɛɹɫi/
adverb
not often
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Serious complications occur rarely.

Now I rarely stream Sims and mostly stream Fortnite.

I very rarely see any fiction, any deaf-related fiction.

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anytime

anytime

/ˈɛniˌtaɪm/
adverb
at an unspecified time
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And the traditional labor-intense process isn't likely to change anytime soon.

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officially

officially

/əˈfɪʃəɫi/
adverb
in a manner that is authoritative or formal
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And this man did not want to actually like officially tell me.

We needed to actually officially close that part.

To like... officially probably move on.

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surprisingly

surprisingly

/səˈpɹaɪzɪŋɫi/, /sɝˈpɹaɪzɪŋɫi/
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in a way that is unexpected and causes surprise
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Not surprisingly, ambition seems to coincide most often with middle-class status.

Surprisingly, his foot was now very much better.

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strongly

strongly

/ˈstɹɔŋɫi/
adverb
to a large extent or degree
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Fortunately, the house is strongly built, and is not damaged even by the worst winter storms.

And we feel very strongly that everyone deserves an equal opportunity and equal access.

Therefore, we must strongly consider the unenviable option "of whether to remove content from public access."

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instantly

instantly

/ˈɪnstəntɫi/
adverb
with no delay and at once

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shortly

shortly

/ˈʃɔɹtɫi/
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in a very short time

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successfully

successfully

/səkˈsɛsfəɫi/
adverb
in a manner that achieves what is desired or expected
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One, called ACT, is being used successfully to treat people who have malaria.

Her scheme almost worked because she successfully established a false identity, even if only for a short time.

Away from land, one must use other markers in order to navigate successfully.

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seemingly

seemingly

/ˈsimɪŋɫi/
adverb
in a manner that appears to be something when in reality could be something else

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