Essentially [adverb]

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If schooling is a training in expression and communication, college is essentially the establishment of broad convictions.

Whether this aptitude was combined with the sinuous cunning that is essentially Oriental Nigel did not know.

If Two Millions more were to leave the country next year, the condition of the remainder would not be essentially improved.

The English have too much pride to be tricky or shabby, even in the essentially corrupting relation of buyer and seller.

Hence, a covenant made in the exercise of Covenanting, is a covenant not essentially new.

His sympathies were essentially democratic; himself one of the people, he believed thoroughly in republican ideas.

The outcome of the wrangle was a purely personal accommodation of an essentially momentary character.

He could be hard at times, but his nature was essentially kind and generous and his friendships numerous and lasting.

It is somewhat difficult to compare them with Havana cigars, as the flavor is essentially different.

This is why, setting aside the upper classes, the Scotch differ essentially from the English.