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advisedly

adverb uk   /ədˈvaɪ.zɪd.li/ formal us  
If you say you are using a word advisedly, you mean you are choosing it after thinking about it very carefully: This action is barbaric - and I use the word advisedly.
Translations of “advisedly”
in Chinese (Traditional) 深思熟慮地, 經過認真思考…
in Chinese (Simplified) 深思熟虑地, 经过认真思考…
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