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intentionally

[ in-ten-shuh-nl-ee ]
/ ɪnˈtɛn ʃə nl i /
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adverb
on purpose; with conscious intent: Intentionally weakening standards is shortsighted and unethical to the extreme.The hives are constructed out of a light-colored wood finished in a color intentionally reminiscent of honey.
with deliberate consciousness or focus:Our hope is that people with opposing points of view will engage intentionally over coffee, or better yet, a meal together.
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Origin of intentionally

OTHER WORDS FROM intentionally

sub·in·ten·tion·al·ly, adverb
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