Of course and Precisely

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Of course adverb – As might be expected.
Precisely and of course are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Precisely" instead an adverb phrase "Of course".
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Precisely adverb – As stated or indicated without the slightest difference.
Of course and precisely are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Of course" instead an adverb "Precisely".
Nearby Words: precise, precision, precising
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  • He is, of course, almost immediately given a situation requiring precisely this kind of device in the course of his mission (pretending to kill a good guy to earn his way into the evil organization).
  • Of course, when Gian gets in trouble for this Bernando swears blind no such thing occurred and that Gian just happened to jump out of the slow-moving car in Ivan's at precisely the right moment.
  • Of course, neither of their parents were precisely military, but they did tend to be busy a lot.
    Source: Military Brat
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