Namely and Precisely


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Namely adverb – That is to say.
Precisely and namely are semantically related in exactly topic. In some cases you can use "Precisely" instead an adverb "Namely".
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Precisely adverb – As stated or indicated without the slightest difference.
Namely and precisely are semantically related in exactly topic. Sometimes you can use "Namely" instead an adverb "Precisely".
Nearby Words: precise, precision, precising
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  • Wrestling / Karl Gotch Ironically enough, his most famous apprentices are precisely the ones he ended looking down by a number of reasons, namely Inoki, Sayama and Maeda, as well as the Pancrase staff.
  • Video Game / Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines The game also barely touches a few aspects that make them slightly more sympathetic, namely that they intend to fight the destruction of the world and also that more long-lived Sabbat members tend to belong to a Path, making them more alien and amoral than precisely evil.
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