finally

Fruition vs Finally - What's the difference?

fruition | finally |


As a noun fruition

is the fulfillment of something worked for or fruition can be the condition of bearing fruit.

As an adverb finally is

at the end or conclusion; ultimately.

Suddenly vs Finally - What's the difference?

suddenly | finally |


As adverbs the difference between suddenly and finally

is that suddenly is happening quickly and with little or no warning; in a sudden manner while finally is at the end or conclusion; ultimately.

Finally vs Definitely - What's the difference?

finally | definitely |


As adverbs the difference between finally and definitely

is that finally is at the end or conclusion; ultimately while definitely is without question and beyond doubt.

Finality vs Finally - What's the difference?

finality | finally |


As a noun finality

is the state of "being final"; the condition from which no further changes occur.

As an adverb finally is

at the end or conclusion; ultimately.

Indeed vs Finally - What's the difference?

indeed | finally |


As adverbs the difference between indeed and finally

is that indeed is (lb) truly; in fact; actually while finally is at the end or conclusion; ultimately.

As an interjection indeed

is indicates emphatic agreement.

Subsequently vs Finally - What's the difference?

subsequently | finally |


As adverbs the difference between subsequently and finally

is that subsequently is following, afterwards in either time or place while finally is at the end or conclusion; ultimately.

Conclusively vs Finally - What's the difference?

conclusively | finally |


As adverbs the difference between conclusively and finally

is that conclusively is in a conclusive manner; with finality while finally is at the end or conclusion; ultimately.

Actually vs Finally - What's the difference?

actually | finally |


As adverbs the difference between actually and finally

is that actually is (modal) in act or in fact; really; in truth; positively while finally is at the end or conclusion; ultimately.

Initially vs Finally - What's the difference?

initially | finally |


As adverbs the difference between initially and finally

is that initially is at the beginning while finally is at the end or conclusion; ultimately.

Finally vs Recently - What's the difference?

finally | recently |


As adverbs the difference between finally and recently

is that finally is at the end or conclusion; ultimately while recently is in the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since.

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