Especially and For example


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Especially adverb – In the specific case of one person or thing as distinguished from others.
For example and especially are semantically related. In some cases you can use "For example" instead an adverb "Especially".
Nearby Word: especial
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For example

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For example adverb – As an example.
Especially and for example are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Especially" instead an adverb phrase "For example".
Synonyms for For example

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  • Chinese bootlegs (such as some of the Fullmetal Alchemist and Elfen Lied examples below), for example, are especially prone to this, for this reason.
  • Archaeological Arms Race The Cradle of the Saint Kings, for example, was not made by the Ancient Belkans, and was instead an especially powerful Lost Logia they discovered whose origins could be traced back to Al-Hazard.
  • For example, in the Block Word Quiz section of the Beam Room round, a team that was doing especially poorly would often get puzzles with answers only 2 characters long instead of 3.
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