Definitely and Of course


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Definitely adverb – Without any question.
Of course and definitely are semantically related in exclamation topic. In some cases you can use "Of course" instead the word "Definitely" as an adverb or a interjection.
Nearby Words: definite, definitive, definition, definitively
Synonyms for Definitely

Of course

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Of course adverb – As might be expected.
Definitely and of course are semantically related in exclamation topic. You can use "Definitely" instead the phrase "Of course" as an adverb or a interjection, if it concerns topics such as yes, naturally, as expected.
Synonyms for Of course

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  • Face-Revealing Turn Of course, he is still a murderous maniac as well as the other villagers, but definitely not a zombie.
  • Film / Bull Durham Of course, the trope is downplayed somewhat in that the movie's named female characters definitely aren't virgins either.
  • Film / Groundhog Day Of course, ‘running time’ definitely doesn’t equal ‘real time’ in this case.
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