mostly

Mostly vs Quite - What's the difference?

mostly | quite |


As an adverb mostly

is mainly or chiefly; for the most part; usually, generally, on the whole.

As a verb quite is

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Regularly vs Mostly - What's the difference?

regularly | mostly |


As adverbs the difference between regularly and mostly

is that regularly is with constant frequency or pattern while mostly is mainly or chiefly; for the most part; usually, generally, on the whole.

Mostly vs Actually - What's the difference?

mostly | actually |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between mostly and actually

is that mostly is (obsolete) to the greatest extent; most while actually is (obsolete) actively.

As adverbs the difference between mostly and actually

is that mostly is mainly or chiefly; for the most part; usually, generally, on the whole while actually is (modal) in act or in fact; really; in truth; positively.

Mostly vs Forever - What's the difference?

mostly | forever |


As adverbs the difference between mostly and forever

is that mostly is mainly or chiefly; for the most part; usually, generally, on the whole while forever is (duration) for all time, for all eternity; for an infinite amount of time.

As a noun forever is

an extremely long time.

Consistently vs Mostly - What's the difference?

consistently | mostly |


As adverbs the difference between consistently and mostly

is that consistently is (manner) in a consistent manner while mostly is mainly or chiefly; for the most part; usually, generally, on the whole.

Throughout vs Mostly - What's the difference?

throughout | mostly |


As adverbs the difference between throughout and mostly

is that throughout is (label) completely through, right the way through while mostly is mainly or chiefly; for the most part; usually, generally, on the whole.

As a preposition throughout

is in every part of; all through.

Particularly vs Mostly - What's the difference?

particularly | mostly |


As adverbs the difference between particularly and mostly

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

Typically vs Mostly - What's the difference?

typically | mostly |


As adverbs the difference between typically and mostly

is that typically is in a typical or common manner while mostly is mainly or chiefly; for the most part; usually, generally, on the whole.

Perpetual vs Mostly - What's the difference?

perpetual | mostly |


As an adjective perpetual

is lasting forever, or for an indefinitely long time.

As an adverb mostly is

mainly or chiefly; for the most part; usually, generally, on the whole.

Practically vs Mostly - What's the difference?

practically | mostly |


As adverbs the difference between practically and mostly

is that practically is in practice; in effect not necessarily officially the case but what actually occurs while mostly is mainly or chiefly; for the most part; usually, generally, on the whole.

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