American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adv. To a great degree; especially: I particularly like the brown shoes.
- adv. With particular reference or emphasis; individually or specifically: "Everyone has a moment in history which belongs particularly to him” ( John Knowles).
- adv. With regard to particulars; in detail.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a particular manner; with specific or special reference or distinctness; especially.
- In an especial manner; in a high or great degree: as, to be particularly unfortunate.
- adv. focus especially;
- adv. degree to a great extent
- adv. specifically, uniquely or individually
- adv. in detail; with regard to particulars
GNU Webster's 1913
- adv. In a particular manner; expressly; with a specific reference or interest; in particular; distinctly.
- adv. In an especial manner; especially; in a high degree
- adv. to a distinctly greater extent or degree than is common
- adv. uniquely or characteristically
- adv. specifically or especially distinguished from others
- particular + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Sexual attraction was not something we were supposed to discuss, particularly in a group, particularly with Rama, particularly regarding one of Rama's women, and * particularly* regarding Dana who, along with Anne, was Rama's closest disciple.”
“In case God were to try to go back on His Word particularly the bit about there being riches and mansions in Heaven, it would be very convenient to have something neatly highlighted with which to confront Him.”
“You said that the olive is an Evergreen: to what plant or shrub is the term particularly applied?”
A Catechism of Familiar Things; Their History, and the Events Which Led to Their Discovery. With a Short Explanation of Some of the Principal Natural Phenomena. For the Use of Schools and Families. Enlarged and Revised Edition.
“While the opening sequence could be any of the Pacific islands that saw fighting during World War II, I find the title particularly interesting … ..”
“Readers interested in the social and cultural boundaries between East and West, or lack thereof, will find this title particularly significant.”
“Some local tech executives and investors said they were won over by what they called a particularly direct performance by Mr. Obama at a fund-raiser late last year at the home of Mr. Thompson, who as CEO of Symantec is one of Silicon Valley's most prominent African-American executives.”
“You mean it is a title particularly to those who are ignorant of the beautiful, the good, the just?”
“The watches with the arrows that we put on here for you, these are PDS watches, what we call particularly dangerous situations, which means that conditions are so very ripe for tornadoes to occur, and not just weak little tornadoes but very large, destructive tornadoes that can stay on the ground for a very long period of time.”
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