from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. For the most part; chiefly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Very strongly; mightily; to a great degree.
- adv. Principally; chiefly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By main strength; strongly; forcibly; firmly.
- Greatly; to a great degree; mightily.
- Chiefly: principally: as, he is mainly occupied with domestic concerns.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. for the most part
He wants a rematch to reclaim his title mainly for the big payday it would bring—and he wants this, by every evidence, only in order to pay for his daughters' schooling, to keep the family cars from being repossessed, for his wife's peace of mind while she pursues a medical career.
The “International” part of the title mainly refers to the very welcome inclusion of the original Japanese language track, as well as a minor but still appreciated option to change the HUD to its original design, which features stylish anime portraits.
Azawad, a name mainly used by Tuareg nationalists, refers to the Tuareg-speaking zone covering northern Mali, northern Niger, and southern Algeria.
The term mainly refers to King Louis XVI as he was young when he became king of France.
The title mainly improves the practicality of browsing Digg content, including popular and upcoming stories, as well as those submitted in the last 24 hours.
The gameplay in the title mainly consisted of sending adventurers out to the real world to accomplish particular tasks, as well as constructing the various buildings and businesses that make up the land.
Edwards, who knows his chances of winning the title mainly hinge on Johnson having a parts failure or crashing, shrugged off the qualifying spread.
Edwards, who knows his chances of winning the title mainly hinge on Johnson having a parts failure or crashing, shrugged off the gap between them in qualifying.
I'm choosing this title mainly because it was the first novel I ever read by myself.
I chose this title mainly because of the location, though my last visit to Italy with a Harlequin story was not very pleasing.