primarily

All Adverb
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  • It is still of interest primarily due to its relatively simple form.
  • Such regions are primarily located in the states of central and southern Europe.
  • Instead, a division primarily based on art-historical and historical characteristics is more common.
  • She was educated primarily by her father and older brothers as well as through her own reading.
  • Many state that their opposition to scientific evolution is primarily based on religion.
  • The islands are contained within a marine reserve and are primarily visited for research.
  • During his time of exile, he was primarily concerned with religious rather than political matters.
  • This was primarily because the quality of recording at the time was not as good as live broadcast sound quality.
  • The country's economy is primarily dependent on natural resources and government services.
  • This primarily happens with wine and a culture has grown up around the process.
  • He once said that his title was primarily useful for securing hotel rooms.
  • In the following time, he composed primarily short stories and poems.
  • As a leader, however, he appeared primarily interested in maintaining his power.
  • For example, a forest may defined as any land that is used primarily for production of timber.
  • Heaven is described primarily in physical terms as a place where every wish is immediately fulfilled when asked.
  • Industrial production is directed primarily to the domestic market.
  • Thus, the state required service from both the old and the new nobility, primarily in the military.
  • This is primarily a freight line, although passenger service is expected in the future.
  • Though Finland has a primarily parliamentary system, the president has some notable powers.
  • The school serves primarily African American students from low income areas.
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Meaning of primarily

  • adverb Of primary import
    this is primarily a question of economics, it was in the first place a local matter