Expressly and Quite


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


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Quite adverb – To a full extent or degree.
Expressly and quite are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Expressly" instead an adverb "Quite".
Synonyms for Quite

Both words in one sentence

  • They're both quite clearly and exclusively interested in women, and it's even expressly stated that neither one of them understands the bond that keeps them together.
  • Film / Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One Male Gaze: Greaves expressly states that his film is about human sexuality, and the "character" he plays is quite sexist.
  • Lampshaded the Obscure Reference The narrative expressly notes that the song from Utopia, Limited that became the basis for Trent's tribute song is quite obscure.
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