Use Absolutely in a Sentence – How to use “Absolutely” in a sentence

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Use Absolutely in a sentence. How to use the word Absolutely in a sentence? Sentence examples with the word Absolutely.

Use Absolutely in a Sentence - How to use "Absolutely" in a sentence

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Examples of Absolutely in a sentence

  1. Power corrupts and absolute power absolutely corrupts.
  2. Absolute power corrupts absolutely.
  3. Surrounded by water from all directions, Africa is a continent with clearly defined and absolutely precise borders.
  4. To suppose, as we all suppose, that we could be rich and not behave as the rich behave, is like assuming we could drink all day and keep ourselves absolutely sober.
  5. Their co-operation, or, rather, the co-operation of the majority, which it is very easy to obtain, is absolutely essential to success.
  6. What you are telling me is absolutely irresistible and for our listeners, fortunately, they do not have the distraction of a girl dressed so sparingly in the ballroom dance.
  7. TIM MARLOW: What you’re telling me is absolutely irresistible and for our listeners, fortunately, they do not have the distraction of a girl dressed so sparingly in the ballroom dance.
  8. Apply mechanically an ad that says: Refrain goose liver fat, an absolutely new style.
  9. Such permission, however, ought never to be given unless it is absolutely necessary, and should never be allowed to be taken unless it is distinctly given.
  10. Thus securing a majority to be on your side in the general administration of the school is absolutely indispensable to success.
  11. Notice that I say _in the use of words;_ for, as I shall show presently, it is absolutely necessary to come down to the comprehension of children in some other respects.
  12. In fact, a right understanding of this subject is, in most cases, absolutely essential to the harmony and co-operation of the teacher and the representatives of his patrons.
  13. You are absolutely stronger, but not relatively.
  14. That’s what I mean by saying that you are absolutely stronger, but not relatively.

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