Entirely and Specially


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Entirely adverb – To a full extent or degree.
Specially and entirely are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Specially" instead an adverb "Entirely".
Nearby Words: entire, entirety
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Specially adverb – To a great degree.
Usage example: a specially gifted pianist

Entirely and specially are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Entirely" instead an adverb "Specially".
Nearby Words: special, specialty, speciality, specialist, specialization
Synonyms for Specially

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / Known Space The ends rise entirely out of the atmosphere and the equatorial zone's atmospheric pressure is unbearable except by Bandersnatch or specially-armored vehicles.
  • If I have to perform an autopsy for any reason it will be in a specially designed, entirely sealed, remote bunker with remote controlled robotic medical instruments and emergency chlorine gas dispensers and flame-throwers.
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