Definition of Purely. Meaning of Purely. Synonyms of Purely

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Definition of Purely

Purely
Purely Pure"ly, adv. 1. In a pure manner (in any sense of the adjective). 2. Nicely; prettily. [Archaic] --Halliwell.

Meaning of Purely from wikipedia

- Purely functional may refer to: Pure function, a function that does not have side effects Purely functional data structure, a persistent data structure...
- Purely Belter is a 2000 British comedy drama film directed by Mark Herman about two teenagers (Chris Beattie and Greg McLane) trying to get money, by any...
- In computer science, purely functional programming usually designates a programming paradigm—a style of building the structure and elements of computer...
- In computer science, a purely functional data structure is a data structure that can be implemented in a purely functional language. The main difference...
- An imaginary number is a complex number that can be written as a real number multiplied by the imaginary unit i, which is defined by its property i2 =...
- obsessive-compulsive disorder (also commonly called "primarily obsessional OCD", purely obsessional OCD, Pure-O, OCD without overt compulsions or with covert compulsions)...
- characteristic 0 and Fp if L is of characteristic p. The field extension L /K is purely transcendental if there is a subset S of L that is algebraically independent...
- In algebra, a purely inseparable extension of fields is an extension k ⊆ K of fields of characteristic p > 0 such that every element of K is a root of...
- the disclosing of intimate details. Tripp claimed that her motives were purely patriotic, and she avoided a wiretap charge by agreeing to hand over the...
- controversy that goes back to the early twentieth century concerns the issue of purely theoretic existence theorems, that is, theorems which depend on non-constructive...