What is the synonym for particularly?

especially, specially, very, extremely, exceptionally, singularly, peculiarly, distinctly, unusually, extraordinarily, extra, uncommonly, uniquely, remarkably, strikingly, outstandingly, amazingly, incredibly, awfully, terribly, really, notably, markedly, decidedly, surprisingly, conspicuously.

What is a synonym for domicile?

residence, home, house, address, residency, lodging, lodging place, accommodation, quarters, billet. informal pad. British informal digs. formal dwelling, dwelling place, abode, habitation.

What is the synonym of excitement in English?

exhilaration, elation, animation, enthusiasm, eagerness, anticipation, feverishness, fever, delirium, agitation, emotion, fire, fieriness, intensity, zeal, zest. informal pep, vim, zing, spark. boredom, indifference. 3.

What is it called when someone is very particular?

discriminating; finical, finicky. particular, dainty, fastidious imply great care, discrimination, and taste in choices, in details about one’s person, etc.

How do you use particularly?

Definition of particularly

  1. 1 : in a particular manner : in detail.
  2. 2 : to an unusual degree a particularly dry summer particularly stormy weather.
  3. 3 : in particular : specifically The tools were useful, particularly the knife.

What is the opposite of domicile?

Antonyms. dislodge unfasten looseness foreign stay in place empty dead.

What can I use instead of in particular?

Synonyms for in particular. especially, notably, particularly, specially, specifically.

  • Words Related to in particular. concretely, expressly.
  • Near Antonyms for in particular. altogether, basically, by and large, chiefly, largely, mainly, mostly, overall, predominantly, primarily,
  • Antonyms for in particular. generally.
  • What does it mean to be too particular?

    4 adj If you say that someone is particular, you mean that they choose things and do things very carefully, and are not easily satisfied.

    What is the difference between especially and particularly?

    “Especially” means above all others. It is an adverb that is used to signify a person, thing or situation that is “more special” than all others. “Particularly” can mean the same, but it can also be used in place of specifically.

    Can I say in particularly?

    Particularly and in particular are used in English when we want to highlight something important, or individual. Both uses of particular have the same meaning, but are used in different ways. We could also say in specific and specifically (which is more formal but has the same meaning).

    Is it in particular or particularly?

    “In particular” is an idiomatic expression that means “in distinction from others” or “specifically”. This expression usually refers to nouns and is set apart by a comma when it occurs at the beginning of a sentence or a phrase. “Particularly” means “in detail” or “to an unusual degree”.

    How many types of domiciles are there?

    three kinds
    Generally, there are three kinds of domicile: domicile of origin, domicile of choice, and domicile by operation of law. At birth a person acquires a domicile of origin, almost always that of his father. If the father is deceased or a child is born out of wedlock, the domicile is that of his mother.