Curiously and Specifically


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Curiously adverb – In a manner differing from the usual or expected.
Specifically and curiously are semantically related. in exceptionally topic. In some cases you can use "Specifically" instead an adverb "Curiously".
Nearby Words: curious, curiosity
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Specifically adverb – In regard to something mentioned explicitly or in detail.
Curiously and specifically are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Curiously" instead an adverb "Specifically".
Nearby Words: specific, specification, specificity
Synonyms for Specifically

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  • Sexy Shirt Switch Curiously enough, he was wearing his superhero costume beforehand, so it seems a lot like she created it with her powers specifically for that scene.
  • City Noir Machinae Supremacy's "Dark City" evokes this feeling, though (perhaps curiously, given their inclination toward sci-fi themes) without specifically invoking the film of the same name.
    Source: City Noir
  • Super-Powered Robot Meter Maids aka: Super Powered Robot Meter Maid Curiously averted in one of the sample NPCs from CHAMPIONS who was specifically stated to be merely human in strength because it was difficult enough making a humanoid robot that was as strong as a human, much less stronger.
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