- The principle of using a hyphen to avoid confusion explains why no hyphen is required with very and with -ly adverbs.
- If you never ponder how language works, you come to view an adverb as a word that ends in “-ly.”
- On the stump and in press conferences, the former speaker of the House has a penchant for seasoning his speech with words that end in -ly.
- FLATOW: So you get them to think differently that way, and he didn't use the "-ly" on his version of - to have sort of battles in the company to get the most creative ideas out.
- Don’t use a hyphen between adverbs ending in -ly and the words they modify: a rapidly rising rate.
- Definition for "-ly"
- love; resembling; obtaining the characteristics of: sisterly.
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