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clearly

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclearlyclear‧ly /ˈklɪəli $ ˈklɪrli/ ●●● S1 W1 adverb  1 [sentence adverb]OBVIOUS without any doubt syn obviously Clearly, ignoring him had been a mistake.2 OBVIOUSin a way that is easy to see, hear, or understand Please speak clearly. The economy was clearly failing.3 SENSIBLEin a way that is sensible I wasn’t thinking clearly.
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clearlySlow down and speak more clearly.It was clearly a case of workers trying to use union muscle to hold off reality.It is for this reason that technical terms be clearly defined in this section of the proposal.Severe spina bifida was the first condition in which a policy of selective non-treatment was clearly enunciated.These are taken-for-granted groupings which assume some form of unity within each category without ever clearly identifying the source of this unity.One clearly lay south of the road near the north-west gate, where Stukeley recorded urn burials and Artis noted stone coffins.As of now, the advantage clearly lies with Bush.This debate will no doubt continue, and clearly no project is either a complete success or a dismal failure.The map clearly shows all the trails where bikes are allowed.Clearly, the racial problems in America have no easy answers.I'm sorry I forgot - I'm just not thinking clearly today.Some of these faces belonged to men and others were clearly women.
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