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- adv. In an intentional manner, on purpose.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an intentional manner; with intention; by design; of purpose.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an intentional manner; with intention or design; of purpose; not casually.
- In intention only.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with intention; in an intentional manner
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Mr. Krauze's "redeemers"—he uses the word intentionally for its religious overtones—include famous figures like Evita Perón, Che Guevara, Hugo Chávez and the novelists Gabriel García Márquez and Mario Vargas Llosa.
In the intervening years our family (we use the term intentionally) has survived a cross-country move (together) and Anne's remarriage, not to mention all the matters both logistical and emotional that divorced families deal with every day.
McCain, like Bush and the neocon ideologues, misuse the term intentionally to jerk the chain of the electorate.
Me - Actually, I use the term intentionally to show the ludicrous nature of it all!
Obama soon will take the bully pulpit while millions of frustrated people wait for “change”, somehow missing the overt silliness of the overuse of a term intentionally ambivalent as to outcome.
Judge Susan Webber Wright held him in contempt of court for what she called intentionally false testimony.
Variations or reversals in the meanings of words are not of uncommon occurrence in the ordinary growth of languages; but it is not often that we find, as in this case, the whole meaning of a term intentionally and gratuitously changed by the leaders of philosophical thought.
After the group parted ways with Interscope Records, Shaddix says, the label intentionally scheduled the release of a Papa Roach greatest hits albums to coincide with the release of the band's Aug. 31 Eleven Seven Music debut, "Time for Annihilation ...
Careful rereading will show that Feldstein intentionally circumlocutes around this.
Even in intentionally tasteless but good-humored films like this one, I don't find the beating of elderly women to be very cool.