In particular and Mainly

In particular

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In particular adverb – Specifically or especially distinguished from others.
Mainly and in particular are semantically related in exceptionally topic. In some cases you can use "Mainly" instead the phrase "In particular" as an adverb or an adjective, when it comes to topics like especially, most importantly.
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Mainly adverb – For the most part.
In particular and mainly are semantically related in especially topic. You can use "In particular" instead the word "Mainly" as an adverb or an adjective.
Nearby Word: main
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  • Music / Kirk Franklin God's Property in particular had had three tracks which could be called filler, but that was mainly because they were not written by Kirk.
  • Literature / Children of the Red King Magic Enhancement: Paton Yewbeam is a "power booster", though this mainly extends just to electronics, lightbulbs in particular.
  • Tywin and Tyrion, in particular, are both masters: Tywin mainly through deeds, Tyrion very much through words.
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