For example and Specifically

For example

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For example adverb – As an example.
Specifically and for example are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Specifically" instead an adverb phrase "For example".
Synonyms for For example


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Specifically adverb – In regard to something mentioned explicitly or in detail.
For example and specifically are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "For example" instead an adverb "Specifically".
Nearby Words: specific, specification, specificity
Synonyms for Specifically

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  • Affirmative Action Legacy For example, two entire Flashback episodes dealt specifically with Ted Kord (Blue Beetle II).
  • Specifically, about the Avengers' adventures on "Planet Unicorn", and Wolverine's and Storm's in space (where they fight worm hole farting monsters for example).
  • Haruhi herself can be meta at times; for example, she seeks out members for the SOS Brigade based quite specifically on anime character cliches.
    Source: Meta Guy
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