Expressly and In order


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Expressly adverb – With specific intentions; for the express purpose.
In order and expressly are semantically related. In some cases you can use "In order" instead an adverb "Expressly".
Nearby Words: express, expression, expressive, expressively
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In order

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In order adjective – In a state of proper readiness or preparation or arrangement.
Expressly and in order are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Expressly" instead an adverb phrase "In order".
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  • Our Werewolves Are Different They keep their minds when transformed, however, and are expressly forbidden to be seen by or kill humans, in order to maintain the Masquerade.
  • Tabletop Game / Iron Kingdoms It has been expressly stated that the satyxis wear revealing armor in order to throw male opponents off guard.
  • Future Spandex In fact, according to the Complete Works the designers were expressly forbidden from having Navi characters wear any kind of cloth in order to reinforce the futuristic cyberworld vibe.
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