Definition of Merely. Meaning of Merely. Synonyms of Merely

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Definition of Merely

Merely
Merely Mere"ly, adv. 1. Purely; unmixedly; absolutely. Ulysses was to force forth his access, Though merely naked. --Chapman. 2. Not otherwise than; simply; barely; only. Prize not your life for other ends Than merely to obige your friends. --Swift. Syn: Solely; simply; purely; barely; scarcely.

Meaning of Merely from wikipedia

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- Merely Players was a one-man stage show written and performed by Barry Morse. It examined the lives of a series of actors and others from Elizabethan times...
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- We Are Merely Filters is the second album by British band Buck Brothers. Two singles were released from the album: "When I Look At You (All I Think About...
- Merely Mrs. Stubbs is a 1917 British silent drama film directed by Henry Edwards and starring Edwards, Alma Taylor and Lionelle Howard. Henry Edwards as...
- Merely Players is a lost 1918 silent film drama directed by Oscar Apfel and starring Kitty Gordon and Irving ****mings. It was produced and distributed...
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- Merely Mary Ann is a lost 1916 silent film comedy directed by John G. Adolfi and starring Vivian Martin and Harry Hilliard. It is based on the 1903 Broadway...
- characters in common, many of which are mentioned by name, whereas others are merely referred to. Nameless people both in the Bible and the Quran are also mentioned...
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