everyone else on the bus to the fact that you are irredeemably selfish. Close, what are red words? Merely means "only." If you say "I was merely trying to help your efforts were probably not appreciated and you're likely to be stalking off with your nose in the air. 90 of the time, speakers of English use just 7,500 words in speech and writing. It is not merely a question of blurring the lines between public and private life. View synonyms, pronunciation merely /mli/. He said he pointed it at her and pulled the trigger merely in order to scare her, but a bullet was fired. On opening the bag the victim found that it merely contained two bottles of water. Are we going to see more police on the beat for example, or are we merely funding more pensions? Proverbs of the week "Mouth is in gear, brain is in neutral" (English proverb) "The weakness of the enemy makes our strength." (Native American proverb, Cherokee) "The beginning of anger is madness and the end of it is regret." (Arabic proverb) "A gooses child. They are now no longer pretty and sweet enough to carry it off and begin to look merely desperate.
But "undiluted" is positive as in, "that's the undiluted truth" in a way that merely is not. "Language is Not Just Merely a Means of Communication.". M, (December 31, 1969). These words appear in red, and are graded with stars. Retrieved 18:29, August 07, 2018, from.
So if there are no eardrums around to be vibrated, there is no sound, merely waves in the air. Close, thesaurus, the thesaurus of synonyms and related words is fully integrated into the dictionary. It was no longer possible merely to turn up at the door on a whim, because you felt like a giggle all of a sudden. It would be easy to conclude that his politics were merely window dressing for mayhem. I would say to your readers that I am a fond cat lover and I am merely making a valid point.