Examples of namely in a Sentence
there's always one person stuck with cleaning up the mess, namely me
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That causes people — namely, men — to burn themselves at incredibly high rates, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
These are men standing on the shoulders of geniuses (namely, Steven Spielberg) and selling a half-baked cash-grab—an echo of a blockbuster that packs in the requisite sights, scares, and thrills, but has no real reason to exist.
Still, he was fascinated by exteriors (namely, clothing) which led him to New York, where the Costume Institute’s Diana Vreeland became a mentor.
In fact, some of Donald Trump’s favorite immigrants to dehumanize are teenage boys – namely, the junior members of the street gang MS-13.
American, Delta and United Airlines accuse their Gulf rivals — namely Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airways — of receiving billions in government subsidies.
Milwaukee Brewers beat reporter Tom Haudricourt joins JR Radcliffe to discuss the narrative that the Brewers are beating up on bad teams and struggling against good ones (namely, the Cubs).
Welcome to Antisocial, the society column for people afraid of society—namely, those of us with social anxiety disorders, like me.
While Trump has sought to impose tariffs on goods that could complicate China’s attempts to become a leader in the tech space, the Middle Kingdom has been pressuring parts of the U.S. president’s voter base—namely, the farming community.
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—used when giving exact information about something you have already mentioned
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