As adverbs the difference between confidently and exactly
is that confidently
is in a confident manner; with confidence; with strong assurance; positively while exactly
is (manner) without approximation; precisely.
As an interjection exactly is
(signifies agreement or recognition
In a confident manner; with confidence; with strong assurance; positively.
(manner) without approximation; precisely.
- Measure exactly so we can be sure it is right.
(focus) Used to provide emphasis.
- The edge is not exactly straight.
- It was exactly an Eastern gray squirrel.
- He divided the coins exactly in half.
- He did it that way exactly to prove the point.
- His complaint was exactly that she failed to meet the deadline by four days.
(Signifies agreement or recognition)
- So you're saying that we have only three days left? / Yes, exactly !