Quite and Simply

Quite

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Quite adverb – To a full extent or degree.
Simply and quite are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Simply" instead an adverb "Quite".
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Simply

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Simply adverb – For nothing other than.
Quite and simply are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Quite" instead an adverb "Simply".
Nearby Words: simple, simplistic
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Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / Garrett, P.I. The Dead Man points out that Garrett is actually quite a good detective, but simply lacks motivation.
  • Police Brutality Regular constables are somewhat nastier than most modern cops when it comes to beatings, but violence isn't quite their first resource, it's simply always on the table as well.
  • Oz, on the other hand, seems to have grasped the aesop quite well, as instead of bragging about finally getting laid, he simply states he had an awesome night with his lady.
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