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Primarily vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

primarily | chiefly |


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

is that primarily is (focus) of a primary or central nature, first and foremost while chiefly is (focus) mainly or principally; almost entirely.

As adverbs the difference between primarily and chiefly

is that primarily is (focus) of a primary or central nature, first and foremost while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As a adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

Especially vs Chiefly - What's the difference?

especially | chiefly |


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

is that especially is (focus) (used to place greater emphasis upon someone or something) while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As adverbs the difference between especially and chiefly

is that especially is (manner) in a special manner; specially while chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As a adjective chiefly is

of, or relating to a chief.

Chiefly vs Mostly - What's the difference?

chiefly | mostly |


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

is that chiefly is (focus) mainly or principally; almost entirely while mostly is (focus) mainly or chiefly; for the most part; usually, generally, on the whole.

As adverbs the difference between chiefly and mostly

is that chiefly is (focus) especially or primarily; above all while mostly is (focus) mainly or chiefly; for the most part; usually, generally, on the whole.

As a adjective chiefly

is of, or relating to a chief.

Chiefly vs Story - What's the difference?

chiefly | story |


As a adverb chiefly

is (focus) especially or primarily; above all.

As a adjective chiefly

is of, or relating to a chief.

As a noun story is

a sequence of real or fictional events; or, an account of such a sequence.

As a verb story is

to tell as a story; to relate or narrate about.

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