Particularly and Supremely


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

Supremely and particularly are semantically related in highly topic. In some cases you can use "Supremely" instead an adverb "Particularly".
Nearby Words: particular, particularize, particularity, particularise, particularized
Synonyms for Particularly


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Supremely adverb – To a great degree.
Usage example: climbing Mount Everest is supremely difficult

Particularly and supremely are semantically related in highly topic. You can use "Particularly" instead an adverb "Supremely", if it concerns topics such as mainly.
Nearby Word: supreme
Synonyms for Supremely

Both words in one sentence

  • Visual Novel / 10 Days with My Devil Team leader Kakeru is a particularly bad case, since outside of a few areas of interest, he's supremely indifferent to mortal affairs.
  • The Glorious War of Sisterly Rivalry Arya is, although not particularly intellectual, rather more Street Smart and is rebellious, active, comparatively homely, supremely uninterested in fashion and very critical of her sister's perceived shallowness and unwillingness to get out and smell the reality.
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