Precisely and Specifically


Precisely adverb - As stated or indicated without the slightest difference.

Specifically is a synonym for precisely in exactly topic. In some cases you can use "Specifically" instead an adverb "Precisely".

Nearby Words: precise, precision, precising


Specifically adverb - In regard to something mentioned explicitly or in detail.

Precisely is a synonym for specifically in expressly topic. You can use "Precisely" instead an adverb "Specifically".

Both words in one sentence

  • In the Blood The hero turns out to be a good and decent and upright man — precisely and specifically because his parents were all those things.
    Source: In the Blood
  • Leia kissed Luke precisely twice, once for luck and once specifically to make a point to Han.
  • Firing One-Handed In Noir, Kirika does this frequently, and the directors even say that they specifically chose her weapon (a Beretta M1934) precisely so she could fire it with one hand.
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