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mentally

mentally

/ˈmɛnəɫi/, /ˈmɛntəɫi/
adverb
of or relating to one's mind
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and I am not a mentally well person.

Another reason why I really wanted the break is because I wasn't doing well mentally at all.

Yesterday was so bad mentally and physically.

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beautifully

beautifully

/ˈbjutəfɫi/
adverb
in a way that is very attractive and brings aesthetic pleasure

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secondly

secondly

/ˈsɛkəndɫi/
adverb
used to introduce a second fact, reason, etc.
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Secondly, if anybody's not using it, it's because your system was always broken.

Secondly, they go, "Wait a second, then why are you wearing headphones?"

Secondly, they’re very expensive.

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terribly

terribly

/ˈtɛɹəbɫi/
adverb
in a way that is very bad or unpleasant
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He jumped up and began to wave his arms around wildly and swear terribly.

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purely

purely

/ˈpjʊɹɫi/
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with no other reason or purpose involved

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both

both

/ˈboʊθ/
adverb
used for indicating that a statement applies to two alternatives
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These are both good for different reasons.

And you are both correct.

After the wedding I learned that my bride's mother and younger brother were both mad.

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halfway

halfway

/ˈhæfˈweɪ/
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at or to the middle of two extremes

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upstairs

upstairs

/əpˈstɛɹz/
adverb
on or to an upper floor of a building

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newly

newly

/ˈnuɫi/
adverb
only just; not long ago

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famously

famously

/ˈfeɪməsɫi/
adverb
in a way that is known by many

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wide

wide

/ˈwaɪd/
adverb
to the greatest extent

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freely

freely

/ˈfɹiɫi/
adverb
without being controlled or stopped by anyone or anything
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First, the boy left freely.

'I can speak more freely without your secretary here, sir.'

Franks and Muslims live on both sides of the river and everyone can cross the Jordan freely there.

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half

half

/ˈhæf/
adverb
to an extent that is partial not complete

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namely

namely

/ˈneɪmɫi/
adverb
used to give detailed information regarding what has just been mentioned

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likewise

likewise

/ˈɫaɪˌkwaɪz/
adverb
in a way that is similar

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alike

alike

/əˈɫaɪk/
adverb
in a way that is similar
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Here, tuna is sliced, packaged, and sold to high-end clientele and grocery stores alike.

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someday

someday

/ˈsəmˌdeɪ/
adverb
at an unspecified time in the future
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The inventor imagined that the Segway might someday replace bicycles.

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exclusively

exclusively

/ɪkˈskɫusɪvɫi/
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with nothing or no one else included

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last

last

/ˈɫæs/, /ˈɫæst/
adverb
most recently or most recent

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least

least

/ˈɫist/
adverb
to the smallest degree or extent

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firmly

firmly

/ˈfɝmɫi/
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in a way that is firm or strong

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accurately

accurately

/ˈækjɝətɫi/
adverb
in a way that has no errors or mistakes
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Schools usually fail to accurately assess the abilities of autistic children because classroom tasks are not appropriate for them.

Sometimes the clerk did not read the price accurately.

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individually

individually

/ˌɪndɪˈvɪdʒəɫi/, /ˌɪndɪˈvɪdʒuəɫi/
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as a separate person, entity, etc. rather than in collectivity

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reasonably

reasonably

/ˈɹizənəbɫi/
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to an extent or degree that is moderate or satisfactory

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thoroughly

thoroughly

/ˈθɝoʊɫi/
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with much attention to detail, and missing nothing

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