chiefly

Eminently vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

eminently | chiefly |


As adverbs the difference between eminently and chiefly

is that eminently is in an eminent or prominent manner while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As an adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

Chiefly vs Significantly - What's the difference?

chiefly | significantly |


As adverbs the difference between chiefly and significantly

is that chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all while significantly is in a significant manner or to a significant extent.

As an adjective chiefly

is of, or relating to a chief.

Namely vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

namely | chiefly |


As adverbs the difference between namely and chiefly

is that namely is especially, above all while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As an adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

Basically vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

basically | chiefly |


As adverbs the difference between basically and chiefly

is that basically is in a fundamental, essential or basic manner while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As an adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

Particularly vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

particularly | chiefly |


In focus|lang=en terms the difference between particularly and chiefly

is that particularly is (focus) especially, extremely while chiefly is (focus) mainly or principally; almost entirely.

As adverbs the difference between particularly and chiefly

is that particularly is (focus) especially, extremely while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As an adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

Chiefly vs Widely - What's the difference?

chiefly | widely |


As adverbs the difference between chiefly and widely

is that chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all while widely is commonly; generally; to a great degree.

As an adjective chiefly

is of, or relating to a chief.

Chiefly - What does it mean?

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Centrally vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

centrally | chiefly |


As adverbs the difference between centrally and chiefly

is that centrally is (location) in a central manner or situation; at, to, through or from the centre while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As an adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

Thiefly vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

thiefly | chiefly |


As adjectives the difference between thiefly and chiefly

is that thiefly is (obsolete) like a thief; thievish while chiefly is of, or relating to a chief.

As adverbs the difference between thiefly and chiefly

is that thiefly is (obsolete) like a thief; thievishly while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

Chiefly vs Mainlya - What's the difference?

chiefly | mainlya |

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