fundamentally

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fundamental +‎ -ly

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fundamentally (comparative more fundamentally, superlative most fundamentally)

  1. In a fundamental or basic sense; reaching the very core of the matter.
    • 2021 February 9, Christina Newland, “Is Tom Hanks part of a dying breed of genuine movie stars?”, in BBC[1]:
      Hanks is known as being an avid reader of history and biography, and seems to seek out stories which offer a certain optimism and humanism. In other words, he plays – fundamentally – good people.

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