purely

[ pyoo r-lee ]
/ ˈpyʊər li /

adverb

in a pure manner; without admixture.
merely; only; solely: purely accidental.
entirely; completely.
innocently, virtuously, or chastely.

Origin of purely

First recorded in 1250–1300, purely is from the Middle English word purliche. See pure, -ly
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purely

/ (ˈpjʊəlɪ) /

adverb

in a pure manner
entirelypurely by chance
in a chaste or innocent manner
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