Namely and Strictly speaking


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Namely adverb – That is to say.
Strictly speaking and namely are semantically related. in that is to say topic. In some cases you can use "Strictly speaking" instead an adverb "Namely".
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Strictly speaking

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Strictly speaking adverb – In actual fact.
Namely and strictly speaking are semantically related. You can use "Namely" instead an adverb phrase "Strictly speaking".
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  • Royals Who Actually Do Something And, strictly speaking, every player of Sburb is either a Prince or Princess of Derse or Prospitnote seeing as how the Prince(ss) isn't a chess piece, to say nothing of the players whose titles are "Prince of (Aspect)", namely (Dirk Strider and the late Eridan Ampora.)
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Strictly speaking and Namely. (2016). Retrieved 2022, January 26, from
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Strictly speaking or Namely. 2016. Accessed January 26, 2022.

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