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- adv. In a correct manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a correct manner; exactly; acurately; without fault or error.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a correct manner; in conformity with truth, justice, rectitude, or propriety; according to a standard, or in conformity with an original or a model; exactly; accurately; without fault or error: as, to behave correctly; to write, speak, or think correctly; to weigh or measure correctly; to judge correctly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an accurate manner
The test is passed if _one of the designs is reproduced correctly and the other about half correctly_.
In the finals there was the ice breaker: "The spellers' exsufflation at spelling the word correctly blew people's hair back in the front row."
Did you know you had spelled the word correctly when you finished?
Each time I spoke a name correctly a buzzer rang and the audience cheered.
If you do not know how to spell it, how do you know you are using the term correctly, or really know what you are talking about?
Both Mexico and Canada are angry with the U.S. for the "buy American" provision in Obama's stimulus bill, which they label correctly as "protectionist."
I saw it 6 times in the theater. bomberman you wasted 60 to 72 dollars on a movie that you can't even remember the title correctly? freemachine
If I'm reading the question of the title correctly, why can't the answer be "both"?
The night of my first appearance, Gaylord the bartender—the separate syllables of his name correctly described his sexual orientation and his demeanor—came to me and said it was time to start.
Also I read a novel about schizophrenics recently by Wally Lamb - I can never remember the title correctly and it wasn't worth it.
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