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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- between observable or empirical objects in contrast to unobservable or merely theoretical objects. The concept of evidence is of central importance in...
- idealism primarily in that Berkeley believed that minds, or souls, are not merely ideas nor made up of ideas, whereas varieties of phenomenalism, such as...
- According to David Hume's bundle theory, the answer is none; thus an object is merely its properties. In the Mūlamadhyamakakārikā Nagarjuna seizes the dichotomy...