Examples of namely in a Sentence
there's always one person stuck with cleaning up the mess, namely me
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But given Charlotte’s needs at other positions – namely a backup point guard behind Kemba Walker – a third power forward behind Frank Kaminsky and Marvin Williams isn’t something the team is likely to pursue.
The Texas Rangers made a flurry of moves Tuesday, namely optioning Willie Calhoun to Triple-A Round Rock.
Sunspots, pimple marks, melasma patches: In its every iteration, hyperpigmentation can be as inescapable as the forces that fuel it — namely, the sun, heat, and your own hormones.
His idea was to imagine an artist — namely, Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun (1755-1842) — painting women in 21st century fashion, or rather in Browne’s masculine hues and fabrics.
The 11-acre park was created in the likeness of several locations from the animated Toy Story film series, namely the backyard of franchise character Andy.
The change benefited companies that earned little revenue but had lots of employees — namely, tech startups.
DeVos is a vocal proponent of voucher programs, which allocate taxpayer money to families—namely those who couldn’t otherwise afford it—that want to enroll their children in private schools.
Other top Federer contemporaries Andy Roddick, David Nalbandian and Nikolay Davydenko collectively won one -- namely, Roddick’s 2003 U.S. Open victory.
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First Known Use of namely
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Definition of namely for English Language Learners
—used when giving exact information about something you have already mentioned
NAMELY Defined for Kids
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