particularly

[per-tik-yuh-ler-lee, puh-tik-]
adverb
1.
in a particular or to an exceptional degree; especially: He read it with particularly great interest.
2.
in a particular manner; specifically; individually.
3.
in detail; minutely.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English. See particular, -ly


1. exceptionally, specially. See especially. 3. scrupulously.
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particularly (pəˈtɪkjʊləlɪ)
 
adv
1.  very much; exceptionally: I wasn't particularly successful
2.  in particular; specifically: pensioners, particularly the less well-off

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particularly
"in a special degree, more than others," 1670s, from particular.
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Example sentences
The price of leadership continues to rise in higher education, particularly in
  terms of presidential pay at public universities.
The often strained relationship between science and religion has become
  particularly combative lately.
Some memories, particularly those evoking fear or pain, are best forgotten.
Now, the ideas are not particularly startling anymore, but they were at the
  time.
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