Expressly and Rightly

Expressly

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

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Rightly adverb – In a manner suitable for the occasion or purpose.
Expressly and rightly are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Expressly" instead an adverb "Rightly".
Nearby Words: right, righteous, rightful, rightist
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  • Your Soul Is Mine It is rightly feared among vampires, which is why one of the Traditions in Requiem expressly forbids it, though unlike Masquerade, there's nothing that says you can't just kill another vampire without diablerizing him.
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