Greatly and Particularly

Greatly

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Greatly adverb – To a great degree.
Usage example: I'm not greatly bothered by this setback

Particularly and greatly are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Particularly" instead an adverb "Greatly".
Nearby Words: great, greatness
Synonyms for Greatly

Particularly

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Particularly adverb – To a great degree.
Usage example: a particularly good explanation

Greatly and particularly are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Greatly" instead an adverb "Particularly".
Nearby Words: particular, particularize, particularity, particularise, particularized
Synonyms for Particularly

Both words in one sentence

  • The reason is that, while he was not particularly successful in the Woburn case, the real Cheeseman is a very good lawyer and his purported mistakes were greatly exaggerated.
  • Series / dinnerladies Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Twinkle (although she's not really a jerk on a personal level - she moans and snarks about nearly everything, is frequently late and thinks nothing of her professional appearance, but greatly values her friendship with her colleagues, particularly Bren).
  • Acceptable Professional Targets Expect greatly overblown reactions to just about everything and completely uncalled-for rudeness; particularly unpleasant examples frequently add in hefty doses of racism, as well as incredibly creepy behavior around women.
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