Is it completely or completly?
The word listed above (completely) is probably the correct spelling for the word that you entered (completly). This is just an educated guess based on commonly misspelled words.
Which is correct spelled?
The verb spell commonly means to write or name the letters making up a word in the right order. Spell is a verb with irregular and regular forms. Spelled and spelt are both common forms of the past tense and the past participle of spell, though with geographical differences.
What is another word for completely?
What is another word for completely?
What completely means?
Completely is an adverb that comes from the Latin completus, “to fill up.” We use it to mean “entirely” or “wholly.” So if a building is completely destroyed, no part of it is left standing. Reading a newspaper story or watching a documentary film completely means you finished it from beginning to end.
How do you spell disappear?
Correct spelling for the English word “disappear” is [dˌɪsɐpˈi͡ə], [dˌɪsɐpˈiə], [d_ˌɪ_s_ɐ_p_ˈiə] (IPA phonetic alphabet).
What eventually means?
: at an unspecified later time : in the end.
Where do we use eventually?
We use the adverb eventually to mean ‘in the end’, especially when something has involved a long time, or a lot of effort or problems: I looked everywhere for my keys, and eventually found them inside one of my shoes! (I found them after a long time and a lot of effort.)
Where is eventually used in Word?
The real meaning of “eventually”
In the English language, “eventually” means “finally”, “sometime in the future”, “sooner or later.” Examples of “eventually” in sentences: “I’m looking for a new job. It’s tough but I’m sure I’ll find one eventually.”
What is apparently mean?
: it seems apparent —used to describe something that appears to be true based on what is known an apparently happy marriageThe window had apparently been forced open.
Is it rude to say apparently?
Apparently, this is strictly prohibited, because it is always “offensive and rude.” I hate to be rude, but no it isn’t.
Where is apparently used?
You use apparently to indicate that the information you are giving is something that you have heard, but you are not certain that it is true. Oil prices fell this week, apparently because of over-production. You use apparently to refer to something that seems to be true, although you are not sure whether it is or not.
What kind of word is apparently?
Apparently is the adverb form of the adjective apparent, which can mean readily seen, clear, obvious, or according to appearances.
What is apparently and examples?
Apparently is an adverb meaning “evidently” or “obviously.” After his sixth hot dog, you might say to your friend, “Well! Apparently somebody was hungry!” While apparently can mean “plainly” — like, duh — it can also mean “seemingly,” which is almost “evidently” or “obviously,” but not quite.
What does apparently not mean?
“Apparently not” means that you originally thought something was right but it’s actually wrong.
Why do people use the word apparently?
Apparently is for use when you are explaining something that you don’t know is true or not. The use of ‘apparently‘ can be used in a sarcastic way as well. It can also be used at the start of a sentence when someone is questioning your thought. It is usually used as a ‘prefix sentence starter’.
Do I put a comma after apparently?
When an adverb modifies an entire sentence or independent clause that follows it then you should use a comma after it. So when “apparently” modifies the whole sentence or clause that follows it then it should be followed by a comma. Correct: Apparently, he doesn’t have a clue.
How do you spell apparently?
Correct spelling for the English word “apparently” is [ɐpˈaɹəntli], [ɐpˈaɹəntli], [ɐ_p_ˈa_ɹ_ə_n_t_l_i] (IPA phonetic alphabet).
Similar spelling words for APPARENTLY
What is the difference between apparently and obviously?
As adverbs the difference between obviously and apparently
is that obviously is in a obvious manner; clearly apparent while apparently is plainly; clearly; manifestly; evidently.
What does unfortunately mean?
used to say that something is sad, disappointing, or has a bad effect: Unfortunately, I didn’t have my credit card with me, or else I would have bought it. Synonyms. alas formal or humorous. sadly (UNPLEASANT)
What mean obviously?
1 : in an obvious manner showed his anger obviously. 2 : as is plainly evident Obviously, something is wrong. She obviously enjoys her work.
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