particularly

Particularly vs Individual - What's the difference?

particularly | individual |


As an adverb particularly

is (focus) especially, extremely.

As a noun individual is

a person considered alone, rather than as belonging to a group of people.

As an adjective individual is

relating to a single person or thing as opposed to more than one.

Typically vs Particularly - What's the difference?

typically | particularly |


As adverbs the difference between typically and particularly

is that typically is in a typical or common manner while particularly is (focus) especially, extremely.

Particularly vs Essentially - What's the difference?

particularly | essentially |


As adverbs the difference between particularly and essentially

is that particularly is (focus) especially, extremely while essentially is in an essential manner; in essence.

Particularly vs Completely - What's the difference?

particularly | completely |


In degree|lang=en terms the difference between particularly and completely

is that particularly is (degree) to a great extent while completely is (degree) to the fullest extent or degree; totally.

As adverbs the difference between particularly and completely

is that particularly is (focus) especially, extremely while completely is (manner) in a complete manner; fully; totally; utterly.

Obviously vs Particularly - What's the difference?

obviously | particularly |


As adverbs the difference between obviously and particularly

is that obviously is in a obvious manner; clearly apparent while particularly is (focus) especially, extremely.

Usually vs Particularly - What's the difference?

usually | particularly |


As adverbs the difference between usually and particularly

is that usually is most of the time; less than always, but more than occasionally while particularly is (focus) especially, extremely.

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.

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.

Particularly vs Additionally - What's the difference?

particularly | additionally | Related terms |

Particularly is a related term of additionally.


As adverbs the difference between particularly and additionally

is that particularly is (focus) especially, extremely while additionally is by way of addition; in addition to; also.

Particularly vs Extraordinary - What's the difference?

particularly | extraordinary |


As an adverb particularly

is (focus) especially, extremely.

As an adjective extraordinary is

not ordinary; exceptional; unusual;.

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