purely

Part of speech: adverb

Wholly; very.

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Usage examples "purely":

  1. But the tale finds no echo among the folk, so far as I am aware, and is thus purely and simply a romance of adventure. - "Old French Romances", William Morris.
  2. It was purely accidental. - "The Domestic Cat", Gordon Stables.
  3. I thought your worship would excuse- I'm quite, as it were, rejoiced to see your worship look so purely, and to find you up so hearty- Just. - "The Parent's Assistant", Maria Edgeworth.