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accidentally
not happening or done on purpose

I accidentally spilled milk

syn: by chance
intentionally
done in a particular way

I intentionally spilled some milk.

syn: planned
occasionally
now and then, from time to time

Occasionally, our family travels all year round.

syn: sometimes
additionally
extra

Additionally, I had homework besides my chores.

syn: more
incidentally
as a matter of less interest or importance

Incidentally, I also went to game Game Stop to buy more games.

syn: casually
nationally
a relatively large group of people organized under one single independent government; a country

September 11 was nationally recognized as a tragedy.

syn: countrywide
exceptionally
well above average; extraordinary

The new house that we moved into is exceptionally wide.

syn: extraordinary
generally
in most cases

I am generally on time for social studies.

syn: usually
usually
commonly encountered experience

Erik usually loses his hat every year.

syn: typically
verbally
consisting of words

He verbally gave his speech to the crowd.

syn: orally
factually
accurately

My report about the Green Sea Turtle was factually correct.

syn: genuinely
globally
involving the entire earth; worldwide

The TV channel 24 is globally broadcast.

syn: universally
physically
relating to nature or the world as we see it.

Bob is physically fit after he plays basketball for an hour every day.

syn: bodily
practically
almost

It is practically impossible for the Olympic swimmer to break his world record.

syn: almost
Typically
combining or showing the special characteristics of a group or kind

I typically see Micaela goofing off.

syn: normally
Orally
spoken

Mrs. Port made us do our reports orally.
partially
not completely


The project that Heather and I are working on is partially finished.

syn: fractionally
vocally
relating to the voice

Rachel Carson was a very strong speaker; she vocally made her point about DDT.

syn: spoken
identically
being the same

On twin day brook and Macaela were identically dressed.

syn: same
technically
involving or related to the practical, mechanical, and industrial arts or the applied sciences.

The mechanical engineer was technically skilled.

syn: mechanically
coincidentally
by chance happening or existing at the same time

He was coincidentally born on the day his sister got married.

syn: jointly
chemically
relating to the composition and properties of matter

Salt and bath crystals are chemically related.
professionally
engaging in a given actifity as a source of livelihood or as a career

Abby Wambach is professionally known soccer player.
essentially
important in the highest degree

It is essentially important that we go to the meeting on Friday.