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Definition of Especially

Especially
Especially Es*pe"cial*ly, adv. In an especial manner; chiefly; particularly; peculiarly; in an uncommon degree.

Meaning of Especially from wikipedia

- "Especially for You" is a song performed by Australian recording artists Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan from Donovan's debut album, Ten Good Reasons (1989)...
- Even If and Especially When is the second studio album by the Seattle band Screaming Trees, released in 1987. It was their first album released on SST...
- La domenica specialmente (internationally released as Especially on Sunday) is a 1991 Italian comedy-drama film. It consists of four segments, all written...
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- "Especially for You" is a 1988 duet between Kylie Minogue and Jason Donovan Especially for You may also refer to: Especially for You (Cilla Black album)...
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- from. alma mater is also a honorific title for various mother goddesses, especially Ceres or Cybele. Later, in Catholicism, it became a title of Mary, mother...