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categorically

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcategoricallycat‧e‧gor‧i‧cally /ˌkætəˈɡɒrɪkli $ -ˈɡɔː-, -ˈɡɑː-/ adverb  CERTAINLY/DEFINITELYin such a sure and certain way that there is no doubtcategorically deny/refuse etc something He has categorically denied his guilt all along. Can you state categorically that her death was caused by lack of food?
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categoricallyAs he did when he first took the stand in November, Simpson categorically denied ever hitting or punching Nicole.Indeed, he had categorically denied that there was any danger.What can you categorically not do to some one else's body?I am categorically opposed to animal testing.If he categorically refused to work in the same Laboratory as Lorrimer, one of them would have to go.He stated categorically that he had no doubts that the parents in this case were innocent.Summing up, I can state categorically that there is no substitute for hands-on experience.Sometimes it is even stated categorically that they do not.Others persuade their instructors to do the very minimum necessary and state categorically that they hate stalls.state categoricallyHe stated categorically that he had no doubts that the parents in this case were innocent.Summing up, I can state categorically that there is no substitute for hands-on experience.Yet we find it difficult to take these definitive events and state categorically that they are universal truths for women engineers.Sometimes it is even stated categorically that they do not.Others persuade their instructors to do the very minimum necessary and state categorically that they hate stalls.I can state categorically that this is not the case.Sotheby's stated categorically yesterday that the under-bidder had no association with the company.
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