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purely

(Positively), adverb absolutely, decidedly, downright, entirely, essentially, fundamentally, in all reepects, in truth, perfectly, really, seriously, thoroughly, unconditionally, unequivocally, utterly
Associated concepts: purely charitable institution, purely charitable purpose, purely manufacturing purposes, purely public charity

purely

(Simply), adverb barely, essentially, merely, mostly, plainly
See also: only, solely
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Purely Business is accessible to all and contains interactive content and solutions for anyone looking to start or grow their business.
In my opinion it is not down to the cuts made by the Government, but purely because of the incompetent running of Wirral Council.
Target has made huge strides toward making natural, organic and sustainable products more accessible to consumers nationwide, and we couldn't be more thrilled to be a part of that movement," said Elizabeth Stein, founder and chief executive officer of Purely Elizabeth.
If you read the preamble of the treaty, then it is clearly stated that a purely economic union is created and all work will be carried out within the framework of our economies.
In "The Semantics of Racial Slurs," an article recently published in Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations, Hedger (2012) draws upon Kaplan's (1999) distinction between descriptive and expressive content to argue that slurs are expressions with purely expressive content.
Natural mineral water firm, Purely Scottish, is raising a glass to celebrate Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight (7-22 September) after sealing a Au340,000 finance deal with Bank of Scotland.
It is purely defensive, not provocative, and takes place in international waters.
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He has purely based the figures on the success of the Olympics (a one off) and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee (a one off) yet on the same day Ford announced it was getting rid of a huge number of workers.
Marketers face a complex landscape in which no customer can be purely global or purely local in outlook, and no customer can be purely physical or purely virtual in the way he or she buys.
It's purely procedural," he said after holding talks with his Romanian counterpart Teodor Baconschi.