Synonym: incisively, just, on the button, on the dot, on the nose, precisely. Similar words: exact, directly, strictly, correctly, examine, examining, exanimate, for example. Meaning: [-lɪ] adv. 1. indicating exactness or preciseness 2. just as it should be 3. in a precise manner.

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1 They don't

*exactly*overpay their work - force.2 The birds peeped

*exactly*as we refilled the feeder.3 It's

*exactly*half past five.4 Tell us

*exactly*what happened and don't prevaricate.5 A TV playback showed

*exactly*what had happened.6 The train pulled out

*exactly*on time.7 His words had

*exactly*the opposite effect.8 The doctor's instructions must be fulfilled

*exactly*.9 It's

*exactly*the way I thought it would be.10 The train arrived at

*exactly*8 o'clock.11 When

*exactly*did the incident occur?12 Be assertive and spell out

*exactly*how you feel.13 What

*exactly*did you mean by that last remark?14 Do

*exactly*as I tell you.15 Can you recall

*exactly*what happened?16 She was not

*exactly*good-looking,[www.Sentencedict.com] but definitely attractive.17 Pardon my ignorance, but what

*exactly*is ergonomics?18 I know

*exactly*how you feel .19 This medicine must be measured out

*exactly*.20 It was a warm day(sentencedict.com), if not

*exactly*hot.21 I've forgotten where they live

*exactly*.22 The train pulled in

*exactly*on time.23 I know

*exactly*how she felt.24 It happened almost

*exactly*a year ago.25 She was not

*exactly*overjoyed to see us again.26 The printer isn't

*exactly*cheap at ￡200.27 That's

*exactly*the phrase I was looking for.28 What

*exactly*is the influence of television on children?29 Though John and Andrew look

*exactly*alike, they act quite differently.30 Few people knew

*exactly*what the rebels planned to do.More similar words: exact, directly, strictly, correctly, examine, examining, exanimate, for example, examination, softly, gently, costly, partly, mostly, shortly, honestly, quietly, tightly, lightly, greatly, slightly, recently, instantly, inherently, frequently, apparently, currently, diligently, subsequently, fact.