Definition Of particularly

adverb

so as to give special emphasis to a point; specifically.

he particularly asked that I should help you

to a higher degree than is usual or average.

I don't particularly want to be reminded of that time

Example Of particularly

  • 'Would you like to take a look?' 'No, not particularly," he said.

  • particularly able students

  • A notable feature of unemployment is that it particularly affects young people.

  • All his work is imbued with an extraordinary sense of place, particularly of his native land.

  • Being a councillor is a thankless job; particularly if the job is to be taken seriously.


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