intentionally

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EtymologyEdit

From intentional +‎ -ly.

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intentionally (comparative more intentionally, superlative most intentionally)

  1. In an intentional manner; on purpose.
    • 1959 March, “The 2,500 h.p. electric locomotives for the Kent Coast electrification”, in Trains Illustrated, pages 124-125:
      The body design has been carried out to the requirements of the B.T.C. Design Panel in association with the Design Research Unit and its lines are described as "intentionally unelaborate".

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