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safely

safely

/ˈseɪfɫi/
adverb
without being harmed or in a safe and secure manner
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This meant that people could safely ride up to high apartments and offices.

And they could safely ride down.

Fifty of my best men will take them safely to Tyre!

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surely

surely

/ˈʃʊɹɫi/
adverb
used to express an almost definite degree of certainty over what is being said

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badly

badly

/ˈbædɫi/
adverb
to a great or serious degree or extent

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overnight

overnight

/ˈoʊvɝˈnaɪt/
adverb
for or during a night

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nicely

nicely

/ˈnaɪsɫi/
adverb
in a way that is acceptable or satisfactory
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He always spoke nicely, and he never did any bad things.

It goes on really nicely.

Oh, it's wrapped so nicely!

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briefly

briefly

/ˈbɹifɫi/
adverb
in a way that takes a short period of time

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accidentally

accidentally

/ˌæksəˈdɛnəɫi/, /ˌæksəˈdɛntəɫi/
adverb
happening by chance and without planning in advance

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widely

widely

/ˈwaɪdɫi/
adverb
to a large extent or degree

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similarly

similarly

/ˈsɪməɫɝɫi/
adverb
in a way that is almost the same
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Similarly, contemporary cultures today employ many common items, including clothing, as symbols of social status.

Similarly, the ceremonial clothing of kings and queens is symbolic of their royal status.

Similarly, if the company makes poor business decisions, the entire chain of franchises may be affected.

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elsewhere

elsewhere

/ˈɛɫˌswɛɹ/
adverb
at, in, or to another place
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And I found that stuff here and elsewhere on the internet.

My brushes are out by the sink and elsewhere because they’ve just been used, so.

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loud

loud

/ˈɫaʊd/
adverb
in a way that produces much noise

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south

south

/ˈsaʊθ/
adverb
toward or to the south
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The place most intensely affected by malaria is Africa south of the Sahara Desert.

Worldwide, Solenopsis ranges as far south as the southern tips of South America, Africa, and Australia.

Visitors to Aberdeen often go to its beautiful long beach, or go climbing south of the city.

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approximately

approximately

/əˈpɹɑksəmətɫi/
adverb
used to say that something is not exact

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precisely

precisely

/pɹiˈsaɪsɫi/, /pɹɪˈsaɪsɫi/
adverb
used to highlight the accuracy of something

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altogether

altogether

/ˌɔɫtəˈɡɛðɝ/
adverb
taking everything into account

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no doubt

no doubt

/nˈoʊ dˈaʊt/
adverb
used to say that something is likely to happen or is true
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There is no doubt, then, that humans are able to run, but why?

No doubt he took them away to study them.' '

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supposedly

supposedly

/səˈpoʊzədɫi/
adverb
based on what is believed or claimed not on facts
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Supposedly, allegedly, PewDiePie and a couple of other people have saved YouTube and the Community Contribution fiasco.

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merely

merely

/ˈmɪɹɫi/
adverb
only; nothing more than what is to be said

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partly

partly

/ˈpɑɹtɫi/
adverb
not completely; to some degree
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It should even be possible for cities to partly feed themselves.

"Only partly in existence, partially born as in an idea.

That's partly because only a small fraction of Hong Kong's land is developed.

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gradually

gradually

/ˈɡɹædʒuəɫi/, /ˈɡɹædʒuɫi/
adverb
slowly and in small amounts over a long period of time; not suddenly
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More geologists began to think that the arrangement of today's continents gradually evolved.

The disaster may have happened gradually.

Gradually it became dark outside.

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virtually

virtually

/ˈvɝtʃuəɫi/, /ˈvɝtʃuɫi/
adverb
to an almost complete degree
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Virtually everyone who is stung by a fire ant develops a red welt that stays painful for several days.

Virtually all humans who survive past infancy are bitten at some point in their lives.

If you removed its Megas, China would be virtually meaningless as an economic category.

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aside

aside

/əˈsaɪd/
adverb
out of the way; to one side

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quietly

quietly

/ˈkwaɪətɫi/
adverb
in a manner that makes very little or no noise

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dramatically

dramatically

/dɹəˈmætɪkəɫi/, /dɹəˈmætɪkɫi/
adverb
to a significantly large extent or by a considerable amount
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Editors also write headlines and captions, words that can dramatically affect the viewer's perception of the image.

Laboratory experiments provide evidence that failing to get enough sleep dramatically impairs memory and concentration.

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fortunately

fortunately

/ˈfɔɹtʃənətɫi/, /ˈfɔɹtʃunətɫi/
adverb
to express that something good happened or something bad did not happen because of good luck
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Fortunately, corneal implants and laser surgery may one day eliminate the need for corrective devices altogether.

Fortunately, the house is strongly built, and is not damaged even by the worst winter storms.

But fortunately Catherine had left him something of herself, her daughter Cathy.

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