chiefly

Chiefly vs Mainlya - What's the difference?

chiefly | mainlya |

Generally vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

generally | chiefly |


As adverbs the difference between generally and chiefly

is that generally is popularly or widely while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As an adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

Chiefly vs Largely - What's the difference?

chiefly | largely |


As adverbs the difference between chiefly and largely

is that chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all while largely is in a widespread or large manner.

As a adjective chiefly

is of, or relating to a chief.

Chief vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

chief | chiefly |


As adjectives the difference between chief and chiefly

is that chief is primary; principal while chiefly is of, or relating to a chief.

As a noun chief

is (senseid)a leader or head of a group of people, organisation, etc.

As a adverb chiefly is

(focus) especially or primarily; above all.

Entirely vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

entirely | chiefly |


As adverbs the difference between entirely and chiefly

is that entirely is to the full or entire extent while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As a adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

Almost vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

almost | chiefly |


As adverbs the difference between almost and chiefly

is that almost is very close to, but not quite while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As a noun almost

is (informal) something or someone that doesn't quite make it.

As a adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

Principally vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

principally | chiefly |


As adverbs the difference between principally and chiefly

is that principally is in a primary manner; pertaining to the principal of a matter while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As a adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

Mainly vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

mainly | chiefly |


As adverbs the difference between mainly and chiefly

is that mainly is (obsolete) forcefully, vigorously while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As a adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

All vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

all | chiefly |


As adverbs the difference between all and chiefly

is that all is (degree) (intensifier) while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As a determiner all

is every individual or anything of the given class, with no exceptions (the noun or noun phrase denoting the class must be plural or uncountable).

As a noun all

is (with a possessive pronoun) everything possible.

As a conjunction all

is (obsolete) although.

As a adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

Above vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

above | chiefly |


As adverbs the difference between above and chiefly

is that above is directly overhead; vertically on top of while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As adjectives the difference between above and chiefly

is that above is of heaven; heavenly while chiefly is of, or relating to a chief.

As a preposition above

is physically over; on top of; worn on top of, as clothing
.

As a noun above

is heaven .

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