from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a pertinent manner; relevantly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a pertinent manner; appositely; to the point or purpose.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a pertinent way
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Or, more pertinently, is there a game genre that could have pulled it off, successfully and tastefully?
Responding for the ID, advocate Joey Moses said the question of legal representation had been "pertinently" dealt with, and there could have been no uncertainty on Max's part that the ID had changed its mind, and no longer opposed his being represented.
Hebrew he seems to have learned by the aid of the neighbouring ministers; borrowing books from them, and questioning them "pertinently," as he did Scott. [
On the day after the Moon Landing anniversary, Steve Hayward quotes pertinently from his excellent book, The Age of Reagan:
More pertinently, Dalglish has let loose a squadron of homegrown talent.
More pertinently for policymakers, losing grip on inflation could be decisive in several provincial elections this year and next.
More pertinently, I would ask you how you can call yourself a human being.
Equally pertinently, the higher threshold would disqualify half the population from bringing a spouse or partner from abroad.
More pertinently, she says, having a child feels like you are bestowing on your parents the ultimate gift, the one they perhaps crave the most.
It's getting harder to say to the developing world, "Do as we do", as we fall apart financially and, more pertinently, socially.