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are available for free at the Turabian.org website.” Really? “For free”? Free here is an adverb ...

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whether the adverb structurally in the phrase “structurally modify or upgrade” qualifies only the verb...

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-wise, the adverb combining form -wise would be treated like the adjective combining form -like. And...

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use “on sale” in headlines. I’m not sure if “on” is acting as a preposition or an adverb, therefore...

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hyphenation table at CMOS 7.89, section 2, under “adverb not ending in ly + participle or adjective.... Specifically, a compound modifier with more, most, less, least, or very (among a few other adverbs ...phrase more than as a variation of the adverb more and fifty-year as a compound adjective (see “number...

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say this. Merriam-Webster, however, provides credentials for “hopefully” as a disjunct adverb ..., similar to “luckily,” “clearly,” and others. In CMOS such “sentence adverbs” are discussed in paragraphs 5.157 and 5.250 (s.v. “hopefully”)....

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certainly, the principal, meaning of this term, which obviously functions as an adverb, is “in the...says that the adverb “meantime” means “meanwhile,” and that the adverb “meanwhile” can mean “at the...

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two-word phrasal adjective that begins with an adverb ending in -ly is not hyphenated,” it’s...referring to adverbs (not nouns or adjectives) where -ly is added to a root word: slyly, gladly. Words.... And they aren’t adverbs. The section of the hyphenation table (CMOS 7.89) that you’re looking for...

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counterclockwise. In fact, no rule is needed, because the uses of the adjective similar and the adverb ...one and you feel that an explanation is needed, you can simply say “Adverb needed here” or “Syntax requires adjective.”...

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adjective, advanced, that is modified by an adverb, technologically), Chicago style does not hyphenate...compound modifiers formed with adverbs ending in -ly. Please see CMOS 7.85 and 7.86....

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