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Exactly adverb – As stated or indicated without the slightest difference. Namely and exactly are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Namely" instead an adverb "Exactly".

Nearby Words: exact, exactness

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Namely adverb – That is to say. Exactly and namely are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Exactly" instead an adverb "Namely".

Synonyms for Namely

- It is never explained what exactly it's doing to so specifically alter a person's genome (namely, activating the latent X-gene in normals).

Source: Film / X-Men - A flashback revealed exactly how he did it - by finding something Wade would be emotionally invested in (namely, his sister's hidden past) and exploiting it.

- In the Dragon Age universe, there currently exists exactly one repeating crossbow—namely, Varric's Bianca, first seen in Dragon Age II.

Source: Automatic Crossbows

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Namely or Exactly. 2016. Accessed May 29, 2022. https://thesaurus.plus/related/exactly/namely.

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